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competitive

Business sufficiently low in price or high in quality to be successful against commercial rivals
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The training helped the Chinese companies to develop a new strategic mindset in the Internet Plus Age, enhanced the overall capabilities of Chinese brands on their road to globalization in terms of sustainable competitiveness and sustaining development and strengthening global competitiveness with robust development.
The FCSA will also work to promote a culture of competitiveness, and provide training and support to all government entities for the advancement of statistics and competitive operations.
The EC has divided Member States into four groups on the basis of their performance in the sphere of industrial competitiveness, with Bulgaria ending up in the group of EU countries with "modest and stagnating or declining competitiveness," together with Slovenia, Croatia, Malta and Cyprus.
The report will be of use to corporates/ industry bodies and governments who are seeking to understand and enhance manufacturing competitiveness.
The report will help identify areas where competitiveness could be improved and will serve as an important source of information for prospective investors and others," according to HE Dr Saleh al-Nabit, the Minister of MDP&S.
Competitiveness has risen to the top of the agenda for global business leaders, and I'm convinced that the WCC can add real value to IMD's world-leading executive education programs.
The Canadian High Commissioner, Greg Giokas, speaking on the occasion stated that having a discussion on competitiveness was very important.
The fate of Ireland and Iceland shows that competitiveness needs to be sustainable, and that uncontrolled fast expansion can also lead to disaster," it said.
It was also agreed that the NPO would assist the Mishal to conduct the annual Executive Opinion Survey of the World Economic Forum to measure Pakistan's ranking on World Economic Forum's various indicators on competitiveness.
We are especially pleased with this year's results as the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook is one of the most comprehensive annual global reports on advanced countries' competitiveness," said Reem Al-Hashimy, Minister of State and chairwoman of the Emirates Competitiveness Council, a UAE federal government organisation.
Key words: competition, competitiveness, strategic and tactical movements, dynamics