critical size


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critical size

[′krid·ə·kəl ′sīz]
(nucleonics)
A set of physical dimensions for the core and reflector of a nuclear reactor at which a critical chain reaction is maintained.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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There is a certain critical size and composition of the public sector, below which effective planning is impossible.
By emphasizing that "unity makes strength," the Minister of Commerce praised the companies' approach to incorporate into in consortia and stressed that "Nowadays it has become imperative for SMEs to cooperate with each other in order to reach a critical size, allowing them to bid on international tenders, to have a single point of contact to respond to increasingly complex customer demands and to offer an integrated end-to-end solution of the value chain."
She uses spatial experimentation to figure out the viable maximum size of an urban Alpine unit and the critical size for effective densification.
This study, entitled 'Establishment and effects of allograft and synthetic bone graft substitute treatment of a critical size metaphyseal bone defect model in the sheep femur' is published in APMIS (Acta Pathologica, Microbiologica et Immunologica Scandinavica) Journal of Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology.
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Alexander van Riel, Head of Continental Europe at CBRE Global Investment Partners, said: "The residential rental market is Spain is very fragmented making this portfolio and its critical size unique to act as a major consolidator in the sector.
Societe Generale Group deputy CEO, Philippe Heim, said, 'The sale of Societe Generale Expressbank in Bulgaria and Societe Generale Albania is an important milestone in the implementation of Societe Generale's Strategic and Financial plan -Transform to Grow, whose primary objectives are to focus and develop its presence on markets and activities with a critical size and the potential for generating synergies with other Group businesses.
The French lender is also expected to offload its unit in Albania to OTP, the sources said, as part of its strategy to dispose of units that either lack critical size or potential for synergies within the group.
It enjoys critical size in the food segment and benefits from a significant presence in the non-food retail segment.
"This is our second REIT in the UAE to achieve critical size and attract key institutional investors and we are very pleased with the support we have received from our shareholders and from ADGM.

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