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primary growth

[′prī‚mer·ē ′grōth]
(botany)
Plant growth that originates in apical meristematic tissue of shoots and roots, giving rise to primary tissue.
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The broadband and corporate segments remain the primary growth drivers for the Saudi telecoms sector.
But the primary growth for Google has been in new smartphone users coming on board and being driven towards Android phones at a lower price," the report quoted Fadaghi, as saying.
Sixty-six percent said mergers and acquisitions is their primary growth strategy in 2013.
Uzbekistan is putting much faith in the future of Asia as the world's primary growth area for natural gas and its other exports, including cotton, gold, other minerals, fertilisers, ferrous metals, textiles and motor vehicles.
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Emerging markets are an important part of a company's growth portfolio and will continue to be a primary growth engine moving forward.
It will enable RAI and its operating units to focus on the primary growth categories within their operations, the vendor said.
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The event will also share valuable insights on Qatar's thriving energy business, which has emerged as one of the country's primary growth sectors," he added.
The value-added business will be Ahlstrom's primary growth engine, developing through organic growth and possibly by small acquisitions.

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