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microeconomics

the branch of economics concerned with particular commodities, firms, or individuals and the economic relationships between them
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Serge Nadeau, director of Industry Canada's micro-economic policy analysis branch, says Aboriginal people have advanced in business over the years.
This, says Wood, created a `classic micro-economic win-win situation'.
In this paper, I present some preliminary findings of a large and complex micro-economic research project.
The main objective of this project is to assess the economics of desertification for India through a macro- and micro-economic assessment.
Because of ongoing rounds of bilateral talks, the United States have understood our point of view and appreciates our efforts to bring peace in the region, micro-economic stability and pursuing an economic revival agenda," he said.
Pakistan with Chinese investment would achieve sustained growth in key sectors, including increase in per capita income and improvement in micro-economic in the years to come, he added.
It enabled 647 families (representing some 4'000 violence-affected people) in Osh and Jalal-Abad provinces to restore their livelihoods through micro-economic initiatives and some 450 small-scale farmers in remote Batken province to resume planting owing to the distribution of high-quality seed and fertilizer.
However, despite what the Frazers may say, this isn't the case for everyone, and the macro-economic picture really isn't reflected in its micro-economic equivalent.
Mr Lawson said this is why the economic debate in Wales is increasingly dominated by micro-economic policy issues.
Global sentiment is driving the local bourses and investors are not paying attention to micro-economic issues," Arabi said.
The SCP was introduced in 1979-1980 by the federal government as a means for promoting micro-economic development and the socio-economic welfare of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.

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