Europe, Japan and, increasingly
, China -- not the United States -- are the growing and primary beneficiaries of the energy producers' wealth.
The manner in which libraries have provided access to geospatial information has changed significantly in recent years, with analog map and image offerings increasingly
being supplemented by or replaced by digital resources.
The debate on the subject will become increasingly
difficult as competitiveness becomes a more important factor, since private wealth represents an important source of investment capital.
But the form of output increasingly
will be less tangible and hence more easily traded across international borders.
Diseases such as typhoid, dysentery, diarrhea, and cholera became increasingly
serious, stimulating the creation of the nation's first state board of health in Massachusetts in 1869.
Coupled with the low default rates previously mentioned, the receivable paper of the industry is looking increasingly
attractive to financial investors, as indicated by the study's findings.
Externally-imposed pressures for cost reduction will increasingly
be accompanied by internal pressure within health care organizations as risk-sharing reimbursement arrangements become more commonplace.
On the other hand, airline route networks are increasingly
dynamic structures that frequently show discontinuous changes.
Van Vree's perspective is built upon Norbert Elias's theory of civilizing processes: the history of meetings is considered within the context of a long-term process of expanding and increasingly
dense networks of interdependency.
Behind him, a series of companies were showing off the powerful, increasingly
inexpensive tools they've created to capture human motions and map them flawlessly to a computer-generated creature on a screen and from there to a film.
Early 1992 found those of us in economic development increasingly
optimistic about the New Jersey's improving economic health.
, there is a shift towards a research-based industry, focused on generating new, innovative therapies, supported by improving intellectual property regulations.
economy but is increasingly
wary that the spreading global financial crisis could harm the United States.
The region's increasingly
diverse population acted out their often antagonistic ethnic, racial or political identities through leisure activities.
The impacts of globalised competition and the increasingly
global capability of larger providers has led to effectiveness, efficiency, quality service and customer focused solutions becoming the key measures for providers and their customers in both the Logistics and Freight Forwarding arenas.