sector structure

sector structure

[′sek·tər ‚strək·chər]
(astrophysics)
The polarity pattern of the interplanetary magnetic field observed during a solar rotation.
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Where then will the future take the dairy sector structure? The crux of structural change is that a sector's prospects are not strongly tied to those of its participants.
* Volume I - Overview of the Chinese Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Sectors (up-to-date coverage of China's business environment, history and structure of the Chinese pharmaceutical industry, Chinese health sector structure and statistics, health insurance sector structure and data, as well as disease and drug consumption patterns);
For example, the chapter on enroute operations outlines the sector structure of a Center facility, from low altitude to ultra-high altitudes (FL350 and up).
As the corporate sector structure in the UAE is characterised by large GREs and family groups, compliance by banks with the loan concentration limits for GREs and local governments is challenging and should be monitored, including the planned transition paths for banks exceeding the limits with no-exemption.
As the corporate sector structure in the UAE is characterized by large GREs and family groups, compliance by banks with the loan concentration limits for GREs and local governments is challenging and should be monitored, including the planned transition paths for banks exceeding the limits with no-exemption.
Cross-country convergence of Manufacturing energy intensity levels is entirely driven by efficiency improvements in lagging countries, while undermined by increasing international differences in sector structure. More specifically, we find that efficiency-driven catching-up processes only began to dominate the diverging impact of structural changes on aggregate energy intensity patterns by the end the 1990s, reversing gradual cross-country divergence of Manufacturing energy intensity levels into robust and rapid convergence.
However, with health, wellbeing and education being the catalyst for social and economic growth we should take this opportunity to future-proof a public sector structure that will see us hit the ambitions and challenges of sustainable and prosperous Wales.
External variables consist of premium rate, business sector structure, gross domestic product, inflation, regulation, and business sector development growth.
Booth, Aivazian, Demirguc-Kunt and Maksimovic (2001), Antoniou, Guney and Paudyal (2008), Gaytan and Bonales (2009), Dias, Thosiro and Cruz (2009) and Dias and Toshiro, (2009) suggest that specific factors about indebtedness decisions of companies are linked to the economic environment and a country's institutional mechanisms, such as the financial sector structure, tax system, legal system tradition and accounting practices.
Gil' Mundinov (2011) has analyzed changes in the sector structure of the Russian economy in the period of 1991-2009.
Islamabad -- \"Government is reforming dysfunctional public sector structure through various interventions including linking of promotions and career progression of civil servants with the performance, evaluated on the bases of measurable criteria and key performance indicators.\" said, Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Reform, Prof.
This will help the private sector structure, which is skewed towards contracting and trading operations, to contribute in other critical sectors/services.