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Generally speaking, member states agree to fight the effects of ILUC (such as imbalances between cultivation for food, and for the production of biofuels) but say they are concerned over a change in policy, which is creating uncertainity for the investors and companies concerned.
Overall, in the GCC and MENA region there is a great deal of uncertainity and volatility around ad spends.
The production effects of agricultural income support policies under uncertainity.
The worsening of law and order situation and making up political uncertainity dangerously influenced the stock prices.
Amid the continuing uncertainity, GCC stocks face a mixed outlook.
4,5 Taking into account the uncertainity with regard to the likely consequences, the conditions which relate to an increased risk of failure should be considered during the treatment planning and factored into the informed consent process.
Its uncertainity flag (U) of 2 indicates that the rotation period error could be up to 30% or the reported period could be ambiguous.
Hence, the puparia of the insects bred from the carrion may just be the only link of the cause of death in the phase of uncertainity.
In his shop in the downtown area the scent of fresh flowers gave life to the air which is normally heavy with dust and uncertainity.
It is also best not left to the views of a single person mostly due to the pervasive uncertainity of where this year will lead us.
A review of the effects of multiple stressors on aquatic organisms and analysis of uncertainity factor for use in risk assessment.
A major uncertainity in calculating the lifetimes of central air-conditioners is the fraction of units used in commercial applications, such as small, stand-alone businesses or homes converted to businesses.
Excessive rise in interest rates, rapidly decline of stock's price, increasing uncertainity in financial markets, and proliferation of panic that experienced by banks and acceleration of capital flight from the country are the most important indicators (Eser, 1995:49).
The uncertainity stems from the last leg of a proposed settlement system under which payments would be routed through the Iran-owned Frankfurt-based EIH bank, a bank suggested by Tehran to Indian firms to handle trade settlements, the source said.