direct positive

direct positive

[də¦rekt ′päz·əd·iv]
(graphic arts)
A photographic positive made by exposure to light and developed without a negative.
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Direct positive impact Air quality improvement by less power consumption which is responsible for reduced load of power plants Electricity bill cost reduction by less power consumption
The launch of the first academic programme of its kind in the Middle East and North Africa region for social media influencers will have a direct positive impact on the media content being produced on social media platforms across the region.
This focus ensures that ABK's digital transformation will be comprehensive and will have a direct positive impact on customers." In line with its 'Simpler Banking' strategy, ABK has introduced a series of innovative digital banking services in 2019 through its mobile app.
The state and the global bank have also agreed to work together in some development areas that would have a direct positive impact on the people at the grassroots level.
In turn, this means a direct positive impact on my community," she explained.
It was heartening, he said, that deliberations delved into areas with the potential to have a direct positive impact on the peoples of the two countries.
This support will have a direct positive impact on the well-being of some of the most vulnerable refugees in the Middle East.
We aim to bridge the gap between students and the community and we're hoping that our students will have a direct positive impact on the well-being and health of the Qatari community." Zakariya Karazoun, marketing and partnership officer at QCS, thanked Weill Cornell Medicine -- Qatar and everyone else who participated.
Our partnership illustrates both organisations' vision to have a direct positive impact on the development of the game.
Through this programme, we are keen to invest in projects that we believe can make a direct positive contribution to Oman and the lives of its people, and that also support Oxy's core values.'
In his new role, he is responsible for almost 50 countries in Europe with focus on the Regions performance across the four dimensions that define the strategy: people at the core are motivated to provide great service quality, with a direct positive impact on customers loyalty and, finally, on DHLs network profitability.
He emphasised that his government was focusing on those development projects which would have direct positive impact on the lives of the general public.

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