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Pertaining to an entire file, database, volume, program or system.
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The global next-generation sequencing market is expected to surpass US$18 billion mark by 2025
Jackson brings 30 years of aviation underwriting experience to HDI Global Specialty SE's London aviation team.
HDI Global Specialty SE writes global specialty lines including accident and health, aviation, cyber, energy, extended warranty, financial and professional lines, legal expense, marine, political violence and political risk; pet and farmpack; and sport, leisure and entertainment risks.
Ideas about the world have changed over time to address particularities regarding present-day conceptions of the global. He argues that a genuine global consciousness formulated in discrete Eurasian regions during the early modern period.
In order to define global studies, the authors must clarify what is considered global.
The article of Robert and colleagues highlighted two key remarks on why Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) should (not) embrace the mainstream ideas in global health (3).
The fund is Hong Kong's first global equity fund that would invest in both Chinese domestic and global companies.
Bader Al-Sumait, Chief Executive Officer at Global said, "Global funds have outperformed their peers due to the efforts put by our Asset Management team in addition to the strategy and the stock selection process they follow".
As the Democrat-controlled Congress heats up debate on global warming within the United States, the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) planned to release its latest report on global warming on February 2.
The Dow Jones Wilshire Global RESI includes publicly traded securities of real estate operating companies and real estate investment trusts.
The share of the United States in global output has indeed fallen over the past decades; it is now 20 percent, down from 25 percent.
More recently and in response to the economic, political, technological, and environmental changes being brought about by globalization, the importance of internationally-attuned education has taken on renewed vitality as is evidenced by the global competency initiative issued by the Council on International Education Exchange in 1988 (Council on the International Educational Exchange [CIEE], 1988).