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the decade from 1990 to 1999

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Yosano said that what Japan needs to do is study the American experience of the 1980's and 1990's, and apply the lessons to Japan.
The families in the lowest group have also become poorer during the 1990's with the poorest ten per cent's yearly earnings dropping from $11,567 in 1989 to $6,591 by 1997.
Although more are needed, the House of Saud has made some fundamental policy changes to mitigate these pressures, particularly since Crown Prince Abdullah took over day-to-day power in the mid- 1990's. Decisions are made collectively in councils of the family, so Abdullah cannot move decisively or publicly.
The truly strong dollar and the sizable imbalances in the extemal sector were therefore essential ingredients in permitting the United States to achieve its "economic miracle" in the late 1990's. The rest of the world gained too: Booming U.S.
When the plans for the Moynihan Station were first considered in the 1990's, AMTRAK was set to become the anchor tenant at the property, but has since had to withdraw its offer because of financial difficulties.
Oslo -- Canada along with most OECD countries spent more on health care in 2000 and 2001 than in the 1990's and this spending is outpacing economic growth in those countries forcing them to find new funds or passing larger shares of the costs onto consumers says a recent report from the Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development.
The first phase to the beginning of the 1990's saw Japanese direct investment flow into Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia to set up factories to produce consumer electronics, auto parts and chemicals.
In the early 1990's, however, Jarmel's sons Matthew, an architect, and Richard, an engineer, joined the firm and began to transform it into a general practice of architectural services.
TORONTO -- Ontario's Workplace and Safety Insurance Board, the largest in Canada, recorded a "huge" increase in needle related compensation claims since the early 1990's, according to information published by the National Post.
Indeed, in a summary of the report he wrote, "If anything, the evidence for the 1990's indicates a positive relationship between import tariffs and economic growth." He goes on to add that current proposals for free trade are "bad news for the world's poor."
During the 1990's, the willingness of investors around the world to participate in our capital markets led to the greatest capital-spending boom in history.
Lastly, as a reminder of the 1990's, traditional hard money has made a serious come-back, with many of our clients purchasing properties with 7 to 14 day fuses, and often times quite a bit of hair" commented Edery.
FLORENCE, ITALY -- New Zealand's children bore the brunt of the country's neo-conservative policies in the 1980's and early 1990's. The country led the world then in reducing and privatizing social programs.
The Internet craze of the 1990's is reminiscent of the 1920's in the United States and the 1980's in Japan, he told me.
206 East 95th Street, an 18 story brick and glass building constructed in the late 1990's is being renovated and upgraded by luxury developers Perry Finkelman of American Development Group (ADG) and Mark' Engel of Langsam Property Services, in collaboration with architect Reuben Gross, principal of Reuben Gross Associates and designer Penny Kim of Penny Kim Design.