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Instead, the BOK has constantly raised calls for the government to carry out more proactive fiscal measures to sustain the economy as the central bank has already used all available monetary resources at its disposal.
Stoltenberg's announcement of the defense hub Tuesday came amid President Donald Trump routinely criticizing other NATO members for not allocating enough of its monetary resources to combat terrorism.
Poverty in this case is not merely deprivation of monetary resources but a lack of several fundamental freedoms, such as freedom from hunger, pre-mature death, illiteracy, poor living conditions, socio-economic marginalization, and destitution, to name but a few.
I see a future for this profession in which no one is limited by their background, monetary resources, the stereotypes through which people perceive them or their lack of being aware of engineering as a career.
Asked about factors that contributed to Thailand's success in drug rehabilitation, Hontiveros said the Thai government was very committed in policy-making, had the monetary resources and was 'willing to spend it right away.
To a query regarding the improvement of indicators, he mentioned that without monetary resources, the indicators could not be improved as expected and planned.
Although expected improvement in the Estonian living standard will enable consumers to leave more monetary resources to non-grocery specialists, a difficult economic and political situation in Europe makes the forecast situation quite unpredictable and it necessary to show some cautiousness.
In the post-sanctions era, we will be able to fund our projects using the new model of oil contracts, international and domestic monetary resources and the stock exchange.
It includes both the actual value of policy commitments in monetary resources and the shadow value of regulatory legislation, which creates a favorable administrative framework for investment decisions.
That alternative is to devote the human and monetary resources into carving out a more productive event, whatever that might be.
While details are still being confirmed, Mott says workshop and presentation topics will include medical care, coming out in the workplace, the legal aspects of persons who are transgender, and transitioning with a lack of monetary resources.
New technology can be a tremendous springboard to profitability, but it's also going to demand human and monetary resources.
For instance, a head of a household would consider the inflation rate to determine how much monetary resources are needed for monthly (or quarterly) routine household expenditures as well as the use of credit.
It is important that the diverse aspects and prerequisites of movie-making, an art-craft that is as dependant on human imagination as it is on technology and monetary resources, be made abundantly available to aspirants here.
crediting of monetary resources from an account of the Reserve Fund in the amount of 1.