about-face, volte-face, reversal, policy change(noun)
a major change in attitude or principle or point of view
"an about-face on foreign policy"
The numerical value of policy change in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of policy change in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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A change in administration means there is potential for stranded investments if there is a policy change.
Gay people are entitled to equal dignity, inside and outside of our nation’s prisons, this policy change is a positive step forward for prisoners in Kentucky.
The policy change is that now payment can be made while goods are in transit, which is the normal course of business, and no longer does the money need to be routed through a third party.
The majority of investors do not expect a policy change for now, but there is a slight expectation that the bank will ease some time soon and they will be looking for a sign in Kuroda's speech.
What they're worried about is the solution, climate change is the ultimate collective-action problem. It's going to require local, state and national policy change, and it's going to require international cooperation, which means the United Nations.
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