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As per the study, "Average UAE salaries for mid-level professionals and executives continue to outpace most Western economies."
'Counterfeit reality or fake content will outpace AI's ability to detect it,' Andrews added.
A report has indicated that Singapore and Hong Kong could outpace Switzerland in attracting offshore wealth.
In particular, steel demand in India will outpace the regional average as the country's GDP growth of around 7.5 percent in 2016 and 2017 based on Moody's forecast, remains among the highest in Asia.
Low expense ratios: The study also found that funds that had the lowest expense ratios tended to outpace indexes in withdrawal scenarios.
Mercedes-Benz, a subsidiary of Daimler AG (NYSE: DAI)(FWB:DAI), is expecting its new GLA demand to outpace supply in the United States.
CHICAGO--Late holiday shoppers--in the week leading up to Christmas and on the day after the holiday--boosted sales and gave many retailers hope that this year's holiday season will outpace last year's, says the retail foot traffic counter ShopperTrak.
Outpace Spinning Mill Limited was launched in the year 2009 by the family of Managing Director Eng.
Hispanic advertising is expected to outpace that of the general market, reaching $5.5 billion in gross ad revenue by 2010.
Currently, it outpaces about 22% of state budgets and is starting to outpace education, which is the No.
Argentines Hill earn 11.8% more in 2007, although most clock-punchers won't feel much change: As the domestic economy booms on a long-delayed recovery, inflation there will far outpace raises.
With Hurricane Katrina disrupting oil flows along the refinery-rich Gulf Coast, unrest in the Middle East throwing access to future reserves in doubt, and demand in the developing world continuing to outpace supply, prices at the pump topped [S.sub.3] a gallon nationwide, giving politicians a unique opportunity to demonstrate their economic ignorance or cynical opportunism.
Here, as elsewhere in her oeuvre, Kereszi focuses on moments at which the bleak realities of desire, utility, and economy visibly outpace the dreamy deceptions of market novelty.
And at 5 percent per year, Chinese demand for nonresidential roofing is expected to outpace residential through 2008, according to the study.
The notion that magnetic disk capacity would outpace tape is also misleading.