With banks tightening their purse strings owing to increasing bad loans, Indian NBFCs are growing their market share, however, they will have to keep pace with
new technologies and changing customer aspirations to attract timely private equity (PE) investments.
current operations best practices to keep pace with
the new economy; and
But she expresses concern about risks to the progress in achieving the changes required to keep pace with
increasing demand for social care services.
The airport will undergo comprehensive maintenance work during phase one, then it will be expanded to boost capacity to keep pace with
Bahrain's current needs.
The growth in household earnings as the economy recovers from recession is failing to keep pace with
rising prices of essential goods and services.
PAY is failing to keep pace with
hikes in the cost of living, research showed yesterday.
GAO was asked to review State's (1) estimates of the workload for consulates in Mexico through 2012 and (2) efforts to help ensure consulates keep pace with
expected workload increases.
The DAV must keep pace with
advances in information technology in order to maintain its preeminent position as an advocate for America's disabled veterans.
SMALL businesses are failing to keep pace with
new technology and could be jeopardising their future success, according to research from Lloyds TSB Business and the Open University's Small Enterprise Research Team.
Performance of the PCI bus has been continually improved to keep pace with
increased bandwidth requirements by increasing clock speeds and widening buses.
Not only has the architectural and engineering community had to embrace and keep pace with
continuously more stringent energy efficiency requirements, but so have building developers, contractors and equipment suppliers.