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1 The company has to be able to compete globally.
2 We need to look at this issue globally.
3 We need to start thinking globally.
4 But despite impressive gains in food output globally, per capita food production remains low in many developing nations.
5 Transnational corporation production tends to be globally integrated into vertically organized production processes.
6 Most businesses will compete globally iD. a rapidly changing world.
7 Although markets are treated globally, they assert that overseas operations act simply as delivery pipelines to a unified global market.
8 How can a market system-which operates globally as well as nationally-be governed to maximise economic and social welfare?
9 There is therefore a globally stable long-run equilibrium at.
10 Part of thinking globally is developing an openness to people from backgrounds different from our own.
11 Regarding the state of education globally,(sentencedict.com) two aspects of the Promethean reality are particularly relevant here.
12 It is commonly due to globally diminished cerebral blood flow, which may be caused by a variety of mechanisms.
13 About 24 percent of such gas production globally is attributed to the United States.
14 Globally, more than 20 dedicated research units now study the topic, and business-ethics journals abound.
15 The way companies are run globally also weakened their viability.
16 The major companies operating in these markets spend huge sums on marketing in order to promote their products globally.
17 Mitterrand suggested extending Bush's measures to chemical and biological as well as conventional weapons and applying the plan globally.
18 In the long term,(www.Sentencedict.com) it envisaged the compilation of a list of globally protected areas.
19 The pulp and paper industry says this agreement could increase forest product consumption by 3-4 per cent globally.
20 Around 25 experimental Aids vaccines based on this principle are on trial globally.
21 Key reasons include an ability to increase capacity and to compete globally.
22 Simulated annealing uses random perturbations to shake the parameter values out of a local optimum so that globally optimal values may be found.
23 What is true in individual countries has also been true globally.
24 With my friends from home we had discussed Third World politics and our growing awareness of exploitation globally.
25 Or, in a real tragedy, a key scaffold species may be globally extinct.
26 He rejoices at the fact that they started off with small-town views, and began thinking globally.
27 The Space Fence program is a multi-phase acquisition leading to the delivery of up to three globally positioned S-band radars capable of interoperation with the Space Surveillance Network.
28 AAPL.O) computer shipments in the United States rose 8 percent, although the company lost share. Apple does not rank among the top five vendors globally, but it is No. 5 in the United States.
29 As a result of this centralized assignment, IP addresses are globally unique.
30 A sobering reflection of this is the loss of $ 30 trillion dollars in equity prices globally.
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