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There was a similar BOP imbalance 10 years prior when, in 2004, the BOP deficit stood at $280 million.
When this is the case, the UEGO based approach for detection of AFR imbalance condition cannot be performed accurately/robustly.
Pakistan, he said, could not achieve sustainable development in the past owing to regional and economic imbalances.
Do you know that aside from declining age, there are other factors that cause an imbalance in stomach acid production.
As New Zealand is now back on a growth track, we could be doing more to reduce economic imbalances, especially external debt, Reserve Bank Governor Alan Bollard said today.
Recommendation: To improve the Minerals Management Service's oversight of the RIK gas program and help ensure that the nation receives its fair share of RIK gas, the Secretary of the Interior should audit the operators and imbalance data of a sample of leases taken in kind and, on the basis of the audit findings, establish a risk-based auditing program for the RIK properties.
trade policy and ask what's it going to look like two years from now if we face a recession, if unemployment's at 7 percent, if the global current account deficit is up to $1 trillion, if the bilateral imbalance with China's at $300 billion, then ] would not put very many bets on the continued openness of the global trading system.
Sanguine imbalance may well come from overindulgences of "women and wine.
It is a result of this uneven strength in the primary movers due to the spiral imbalance of the dysfunctional state.
Such changes have adjusted the managerial "span of control" by correcting a long-standing imbalance in the number of employees reporting to managers; eliminated management redundancy and overlap in some field offices; and adjusted the geographic "footprints" of its Industry areas to become more compact and cohesive.
Consistent with systemic trading activity providing information about market factors, Hasbrouck and Seppi (2001) show that the order imbalance in other stocks is an economically significant determinant of the intraday return on a stock even in the presence of the stock's own order imbalance.
Yet even on the far side of this healing adventure, it took me awhile to understand how hormone imbalance, the environment and our inner ecology are inextricably linked--and how I'd unwittingly contributed to my illness.
The fact that these symptoms occur well into these extended events suggests that dehydration or electrolyte imbalance is affecting peristalsis.
There is such a glut of boys in Fujian Province--roughly 134 are born for every 100 girls--that the imbalance has forced an unlikely response from the Chinese government, To persuade more families to have girls, it has decided in some cases to reward families that already have daughters.
The resulting imbalance in the population is showing up socially: young men are having problems finding wives.