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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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for $900 million in cash.<br />Tulsa-based NGL made a strategic decision to completely exit the retail propane business and re-deploy capital in its water solutions and crude logistics businesses.<br />NGL is simplifying its operations by narrowing its lines of business to four segments, with crude logistics and water solutions being the partnership's primary growth platforms.<br />"Retail Propane has been a stable asset for NGL and has grown through bolt-on acquisitions over time, but it is not a growth driver for the partnership in the future," said Mike Krimbill, NGL Energy CEO.
Again, European traffic was the primary growth driver (up 11.6 percent).
"Since closing, we've been hard at work implementing our extensive plans to propel growth through a series of meaningful tangible action steps across each of our primary growth drivers," he said.
The most advanced germ cells in immature ovaries were represented by primary growth oocytes.
The aggregate USD 80m investment will include the secondary purchase of Asia-focused private equity firm FidelisWorld's stake in Techfront and the primary growth capital.
TOP laminate manufacturer Formica revealed that Asia is leading the way for global design and innovation, and that the Philippines is at the center of it-being the company's primary growth engine for its Asia operations.
The arrival of new states into the legal wine shipping universe was a primary growth driver In the DtC channel over the past few years.
* On the basis of region, North America region is projected to remain dominant in the global anti-counterfeit pharmaceutical packaging market, with its primary growth attributable to being the largest pharmaceuticals and biologics research hub.
Based on the microscopic diagnosis of the germ lineage, cysts with a batch of oogonia surrounded by prefollicle cells, pachytene oocytes, primary growth oocytes, early and late secondary growth oocytes, a full-grown oocyte (Figure 2 and Table 1) and oocyte maturation (Figure 3J) were recognized in S.
'Strong domestic demand, increasing infrastructure investment and steady services-sector growth will remain the primary growth drivers, in our view,' the research said.
The primary growth drivers, and thus investment targets, were chiefly the financial industry, which has seen increased growth and expansion since a return to stability.
" Primary growth driver is the rise in net interest income, which is 71 per cent of our net revenue and grew 21.8 per cent.

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