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INTERLINK

A commercial product comprising hardware and software for file transfer between IBM and VAX computers.
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the interlinkages between technological development and related processes of institutional and organizational change.
NUST and the UN Embassy in Islamabad are sponsoring a conference to increase understanding of the interlinkages in water, energy ,and agriculture and focus on trade-offs and synergies.
The Global Confidence Index -- a joint initiative of the World Economic Forum's Risk Response Network and Global Agenda Councils -- is the only research initiative of its kind targeting such a large group of international experts who focus on monitoring key trends, identifying global risks and mapping their interlinkages.
account (i) the degree of interlinkages between them; (ii) the extent to
This work was developed to serve as the text for an eponymous course on interlinkages in the global economy and their connections to policy-making for development goals, held in April 2011 at the World Bank.
QEERI executive director Dr Rabi Mohtar said that if Qatar, which imports 90% of its food requirements, needs to enhance local agricultural productivity, the interlinkages with water and energy should also be carefully considered.
This is because the two companies, together referred to as the Lovely group, are in same line of business, under a common management, and have significant operational and financial interlinkages.
Finally, Yongsong Liao, Charlotte de Fraiture, and Mark Giordano explore the often overlooked interlinkages between global trade regimes and issues of water management.
This volume is a compilation of seventeen papers focusing on interlinkages between globalisation and rural development.
So, I'd like to propose a trial separation of "RR" and "SR" to give us time and space to do the hard work of deeply analyzing their differences as well as their interlinkages.
A more holistic policy approach is needed to address interlinkages between different environment-related health risks.
Addressing these interlinkages requires innovations in institutions, governance and policies.