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coming to maturity

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coming into existence

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The mission of the Emerging Leaders committee is to attract and retain young professional members, under the age of 35, to ensure future corporate real estate leaders have access to education and networking events with their peers, and to support succession planning for the organization," said CoreNet Global NYC Chapter vice president, Gina Rizzo of Herman Miller.
As public health and animal health organizations attempt to respond to these emerging and reemerging zoonotic diseases, their ability and skill in forming new strategic partnerships are of paramount importance.
The point is perhaps best illustrated by a reply I received from a seasoned Wall Street trader when I recently asked him where he thought that the next emerging market debt crisis would take place.
The emerging markets have been enjoying a powerful mix of accelerating world economic growth, high oil and commodity prices, a weak dollar, and extremely low US interest rates.
Although emerging markets are considered attractive by investors because of the potential for high return, there is a great deal of risk involved.
If you had invested in any of these emerging markets back then, you might have realized total returns of up to 50%
To what extent should the SOP be applied when an entity does not meet the requirements for fresh-start reporting and limited adjustments have been made to the emerging entity's debt?
With this volume, Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID) turns 10--a time probably between childhood and adolescence in journal years.
For the past few decades, every cycle of rising interest rates in the United States has brought economic contraction and widening interest rate spreads among emerging market borrowers--particularly in Latin America.
Based on its strong commercial real estate market, Hungary is the number one country of the 13 emerging countries in Europe, according to EmergingEurope, a report by Cushman & Wakefield.
I've been nudging [the state's pension plans] for two years on this, and they've been operating at a snail's pace when it comes to bringing in emerging firms," complains Jones.
A new study from ABI Research finds that over 50% of these handsets will be shipped in the emerging markets of Asia Pacific and the remainder in markets of Africa, Middle East, Latin America, and Eastern Europe.
The World Health Organization has defined zoonoses as those diseases and infections naturally transmitted between nonhuman vertebrate animals and humans (7), and emerging zoonotic disease as a "zoonosis that is newly recognized or newly evolved or that has occurred previously but shows an increase in incidence or expansion in geographical, host or vector range" (8).
A highly successful emerging market bond trader once told me that he owed his success to his mentor's maxim: whenever you trade Latin American bonds, you should keep at the front of your mind the fact that over the past one hundred years no major Latin American country has ever repaid a thirty-year bond.
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