Face of Policy

Face of Policy

The face value of a life insurance policy. For example, if the death benefit is $100,000 upon the death of the policyholder, the face of policy is $100,000.
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'Addressing these challenges require measures to dampen the possible impact of a more rapid pace of monetary policy tightening in advanced economies as well as to enhance longer-term growth prospects in the face of policy uncertainty, particularly around global trade.'
"Addressing these challenges will require measures to dampen the possible impacts of a more rapid pace of monetary policy tightening in advanced economies as well as to enhance longer-term growth prospects in the face of policy uncertainty, particularly around global trade," Shetty said.
AN Assembly member has referred a controversial planning decision over a housing development to a Welsh Government minister after he claimed it flies in the face of policy.
Constancio said past efforts at global coordination failed in part because emerging-market economies refused to accept that their currencies would have to appreciate in the face of policy easing in the developed world.
Currency appreciation Constancio said past efforts at global coordination failed in part because emerging-market economies refused to accept that their currencies would have to appreciate in the face of policy easing in the developed world.
It also makes recommendations for local educational agencies interested in creating Title I-funded early education programs or thinking about how to sustain these types of investments in the face of policy and funding challenges.
It also makes recommendations for local education agencies (LEAs) interested in creating Title I-funded early education programs or thinking about how to sustain such investments in the face of policy and funding challenges.
Landfill quarry plan 'flies in face of policy hierarchy - that is - reduce, re-use, recycle, recover energy and only landfill as a last resort.
Readers must wait for the last essay, "Why I Burned my Book", to find the intriguing answer to the book's title--a dramatic account of activism in the face of policy disincentives to scholarly effort that keeps attention and interest throughout.
Coun Howard (Sutton Four Oaks) said: 'The decision to sell land at Aston Church Road to the Muslim Cultural Society flies in the face of policy democratically agreed in an all-party committee.