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By 2020 more than 1000 children will be taking part, making it the largest hearing databank in the world.
An unexpected find in the Global Economic Databank is risk ratings, including Oxford Economics' own historical and forecast risk scores that use a weighted average from data for political stability, credit, trade credit, and regulatory risk from sources such as Standard & Poor's and the World Bank's Worldwide Governance Indicators.
First DataBank's drug database will support medical staff by enabling them to access detailed drug information electronically.
Just recently, the European Commission announced (Commission Decision, April 19) that Eudamed, the databank for medical devices, will become mandatory for all Competent Authorities in the European Union as of May 1, 2011.
"This is the second largest monthly figure in IPD's 22-year-old Monthly Index Databank and the largest since December 1993.
Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit upheld a district court ruling approving the controversial First DataBank and Medi-Span settlements.
It would be the first case of a Toyota-linked subcontractor with annual sales of over 10 billion yen to go under, according to Teikoku Databank.
Work on a databank will start in January, said Ricardo Jonusan, spokesman for the Geological Service in Brasilia.
Then visit the new international online databank on the website of the BDU, Germany's largest professional association for interpreters and translators.
Data presented by Roberto Pregel, marketing manager of Sistema Espresso Italiano (an Italian roasting company based in Rome), has been elaborated with the support of Giandomenico De Franco from Databank; an Italian research institute specialized in the coffee sector.