monetary resource


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For instance, a higher inflation forecast suggests that a larger sum of monetary resources is required to complete a task compared with the past, all else equal.
Hence many healthcare professionals outsource their transcription jobs to save both time and monetary resources.
This research seeks to contribute to the sociology of monetary resources.
We would have enough monetary resources for the state development, and we will be devising a full length plan for infrastructure which will include railway, metro and road network.
The second indicator, according to Barakat, is represented by the build-up of foreign monetary resources in the banking sector leading to concessions and selling of dollars by individuals and companies, especially remittances from Egyptians abroad.
The issues including electricity shortage, the projects about construction of roads, motorways, hospitals and setting up of industrial units needed large monetary resources.
He further said that the issues including electricity shortage, the projects about construction of roads, motorways, hospitals and setting up of industrial units needed large monetary resources.
Marketing and business development efforts include both an investment of time and monetary resources.
First of all the obvious concern should be the inability of young people to acquire the necessary monetary resources to cover their personal needs as well as the money paid on unemployment benefits.
Because of its oil wealth and the monetary resources of its banks and sovereign wealth fund, Abu Dhabi will have some strengths as a financial center, but it is not clear whether it can draw much business away from Dubai, which has a well-entrenched position and a more freewheeling business culture.
Which is why Oman should start using its monetary resources domestically to shore up local investments.
identifies parishes and apostolic movements as places of evangelization and formation, he also indicates that in some cases they have been the source of pastoral and ministerial tensions that raise the question of how to prepare Hispanic pastoral leaders, especially in an era of limited monetary resources.
I think it should be noted that when the original developers of the mill went into receivership, the survival of the development, and therefore an avoidance of a complete collapse of the market value of the apartments, was only possible because of the monetary resources of the spa, one of the largest employers of under 25-year-olds in Kirklees.
Agricultural experts say that adequately dealing with the leftover plant matter requires manpower, technology, and monetary resources not readily available to Chinese farmers.
With a limit on physical resources, such as land for new construction, as well as monetary resources, there is an increased desire to correct, preserve and reuse existing buildings in a clean, healthy and sustainable way.