also apply to Europe whose population is likewise aging.
The long-term implications
of these sequential costs of poverty are cumulatively significant.
African Philosophy focuses on an exciting set of interrelated metaphysical issues: the nature of ontological commitments in African thought systems, whether these commitments are rooted in the supernatural or empirical, and whether they have implications
for human values.
Given the scarcity of data about nanoecotoxicology, very little information now exists on environmental implications
This has particular implications
for teachers in Northern Ireland who have been used to a very traditional system of education, where the majority of children are prepared for the Transfer Examination, at around eleven years of age.
The initial global implications
of these changes were fairly straightforward.
The IRS's published applicable Federal rates (AFR) are also at their lowest level in decades, which presents a number of planning opportunities for moving wealth to younger generations with little or no gift tax implications
As we discussed in that article, the Disappearance of the "average" middle class Buyers has significant implications
for the Automotive industry:
On Thursday, October 24, a plenary session on "Implications
of transboundary crumb rubber shipments" will feature a panel discussing the movement of crumb rubber between jurisdictions and the implications
this has on recyclers and producers.
Maybe the reason Breton's boys' club has inspired a surprising number of women artists is that they've noticed implications
in Surrealist imagery that signify differently through female eyes.
An opinion on the tax implications
for alternative structures of a proposed deferred compensation plan for employees.
This article considers the implications
for international finance of the Mexican experience.