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  • The Green Book : Current Economic Trends Overview 1. External economic situation 2. Private consumption 3. Facility investment 4. Construction investment 5. Exports and imports 6. Mining and manufacturing production 7. Service sector activity 8. Employment 9. Financial markets 9.1 Stock market 9.2 Exchange rate 9.3 Bond market 9.4 Money supply & money market 10. Balance of payments 11. Prices and international commodity prices 11.1 Prices 11.2 International oil and commodity prices 12. Real estate market 12.1 Housing market 12.2 Land market 13.

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  • Within this setting of a dynamic, private marketing system, the role of the Federal Government is to help keep the marketing of agricultural commodities flowing in an orderly and efficient manner, to promote effective distribution, to eliminate speculation and waste, and to stabilize the marketing of agricultural commodities. A brief summary of current programs and activities is given below. However, it must be realized that as the marketing system continues to evolve, there will be corresponding changes in the programs, services or activities of the Federal Government. ...

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  • The benchmarking exercise included review of compensation and benefits for the State of New  York  and  the  State  of  New  Jersey  and  significant  public  authorities  in  the  New  York  City  metropolitan  region.   In  addition,  with  respect  to  compensation  benchmarking  of  the  Port  Authority’s  four  largest  line departments,  five  to  seven public  sector  agencies  and  five  to  ten  private  sector  companies  were  initially  identified  and  reviewed  for  as  potential  peer  comparables.

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  • Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), the leading national construction trade association representing both the public and private sectors, for each dollar spent on new construction, a total of $11 in economic activity is generated across all industries and other services. Since December 2003, the cumulative increase in the prices of inputs used in construction (45%) has been more than double the increase in the consumer price index (19%), as shown in Figure 1.1.

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  • Women's involvement in the formal sector has mainly been urban-based, as civil servants in the health and education sectors, where they had a sizeable presence before the conflict. This was severely disrupted by the strong restrictions on female employment during the Taliban period. Currently, close to one-third of all teachers are female, while an estimated 40% of all basic health facilities lack female staff, a clear constraint to delivering basic services (health, in particular) to women.

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  • As well as pioneering a new, broader definition of environmental goods and services, this report has  expanded the scope of analysis to include activities within the broader environmental supply chain as  well as activities across the full environmental value chain ‐  including R&D, design and development,  installation,  manufacturing,  supply,  distribution,  retail,  maintenance,  operations,  consultancy  and  support services.

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  • There  is,  of  course,  some  potential  overlap within  these  sub‐sectors,  and  some  activities  could  fall  within more  than  one  of  the  three main  categories.  For  example,  Additional  Energy  Sources  could  potentially fall within the Renewable Energy sector, but has been include within Emerging Low Carbon  because  it  includes  mainly  new  energy  sources  and  those  that  are  still  in  development  (such  as  hydrogen fuel cells).

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  • Improving health outcomes through strengthened platforms and systems is at the core of the Initiative. This vision of sustainable progress is only possible thanks to the demonstrable improvements in the health sector over the past decade. Less than ten years ago, neither the woman nor her two children in our story would have stood a chance of survival. At that time, a woman in her condition could not have hoped to access life-sustaining HIV treatment, let alone the services that would prevent her child from being infected by HIV.

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  • Full sector analysis modelling of the LCEGS sector involves identifying economic activities at the lowest  possible level of analysis (at the equivalent of a six or seven digit SIC code) and then aggregating them  so that they can be reported upon more conveniently. In this report, LCEGS activities are recorded at  five  hierarchical  levels  but  the  data  is  analysed  at  Levels  1  (Sector),  2  (sub‐sector)  and  3  (sub  sub‐ sector) only.

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  • The second part of the book is focused on developments in the global insurance market. It essentially considers global market trends in the insurance sector in terms of the challenges posed by market trends, regulatory convergence and changes in the technological and corporate landscape. It benefits from submissions made by John Cooke, Chairman of the Financial Leaders Working Group, Chris Gentle Global Director (Research), Financial Services, Deloitte & Touche, Patrizia Baur of Swiss Re and J.F. Outreville of UNCTAD.

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  • The insurance industry is quite heterogeneous and the structure of the sector varies according to the prevailing level of economic development. 6 In fact, developed countries’ insurance sectors usually include life insurers, non-life insurers and reinsurers. These companies may be stand-alone enterprises or parts of groups or conglomerates, and they may conduct business internationally. Developing countries’ insurance providers, in turn, are smaller and generally do not engage in major international activities.

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  • The etymology of "business" relates to the state of being busy either as an individual or society as a whole, doing commercially viable and profitable work. The term "business" has at least three usages, depending on the scope — the singular usage to mean a particular organization; the generalized usage to refer to a particular market sector, "the music business" and compound forms such as agribusiness; and the broadest meaning, which encompasses all activity by the community of suppliers of goods and services.

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  • As one of the key pillars of the financial services sector the insurance sector is a central element of the trade and development matrix. As both an infrastructural and commercial service, a well-functioning insurance sector plays a crucial role in economic development not just at a macro economic level but also in terms of the activities of individuals and businesses. The world insurance market is dominated by industrialized countries which in 2004 generated about 88 per cent of world life insurance premiums and accounted for 90 per cent of the world non-life market.

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  • THE GROWING SIZE OF CANADA’S ELDERLY POPULATION and its use of health care services has generated much discussion in policy circles and the popular press. With data from the National Population Health Survey, undertaken in 1994–95, the authors examine the health status of Canada’s elderly population using 3 sets of measures: level of activity limitations, prevalence of chronic illnesses and self-assessment of overall health. They also analyse the utilization of physician and institutional services.

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  • In recent years, although slowly, steps have been taken towards a greater liberalisation of the agricultural markets. However, agriculture still accounts for 66% of the protectionism in the trade for goods and services today. This explains, at least in part, its small impact on international trade, since it only represents 4% of the gross world product (World Bank, 2006). For EU member countries, agricultural protectionism derives from the CAP (Common Agricultural Policy).

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  • In Istanbul, the business and financial services sectors form the major source of demand, with letting activity being mainly con- centrated on the European side, where more office space exists. The city’s modern Central Business District (CBD) is stretched on a ‘strip’ on the European side that crosses two separate boroughs and includes the areas of Levent, Esentepe, Zincirlikuyu and Maslak. The high quality office buildings (Class A) are mainly found in Levent and Maslak.

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  • The research was undertaken using a common methodology, set of research questions and analytic framework for reporting. Prior to the fieldwork, a policy and situational analysis was undertaken by each team, based on the work of locally recruited consultants who assembled relevant policy documents, programme and project reports and plans, academic articles, and associated “grey” literature. During the site visits, interviews were conducted with key staff of WHO and UNFPA country offices, MOH and other government officials (e.g.

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  • Accessibility is a key ingredient of well-being and prosperity in contemporary societies. The ability of individuals, families, entrepreneurs and firms to exchange goods and services, to be where activities are being carried out, and to interact with people on a regular basis is crucial not only to economic life but also to the quality of life. With the growth of economic and social networks over the course of the past two centuries, and t he spatial dispersion of activities, transportation has become a vital part of the systems providing access to those activities.

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  • Project objectives should therefore contribute to national and sector policies wherever a public sector activity is being supported. When non-state actors are implementing projects, a distinction needs to be made drawn between activities fully outside the realm of the public sector and activities undertaken on behalf of government. In the latter case, non-state actors typically deliver services of a public nature as if these services had been ‘contracted out’ by government.

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  • In recent years, the HCSS agencies have engaged in a sustained effort to foster a new multidisciplinary research agenda that will enable the United States to lead in the development of next-generation engineered systems that depend on ubiquitous cyber control and require very high levels of system assurance.

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