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The agreement, which is based on the economic pattern established by the C.
TORONTO -- Members of the Canadian Auto Workers union at DaimlerChrysler locations in Windsor, Brampton and Etobicoke voted in favour of a new 3-year agreement which tracks the GM economic pattern and provides annual increases of 3 percent, 3 percent and 2 percent.
If the Company tables the economic pattern obtained at GM, but combines it with concessions and no resolution to the issues of Pillette Rd.
Its state-of-the-art infrastructure and business-friendly regulations, along with a demonstrated ability to adapt to investor needs and changing global economic patterns, have set Dubai apart among regional and international hubs," Al Qamzi said.
Christine Lagarde, IMF managing director, said last week that the global economic patterns were "disappointing and uneven" with weaker growth than last year and the forecasts published on Tuesday showing only a "modest acceleration expected in 2016".
Then amid these political and economic patterns there's an important intellectual possibility -- namely, that if there's something beyond the West's current end-of-history torpor, some new ideological conflict or synthesis, it might emerge first in the place where so many revolutions had their birth.
But the military didn't only rely on the acceptance of these basic economic patterns.
For example, Minnesota law requires the state to examine economic patterns to determine the ideal size of its budget stabilization fund.
The role of the city is not to maintain one, unchanging set of rules that protects existing businesses, but to ensure rules are fair to all while being responsive to changing social and economic patterns.
And, although economic patterns do not reproduce themselves exactly, the end of the upward phase of the commodity super-cycle that the world has experienced since the early 2000s dims developing countries' prospects for continued rapid catch-up to advanced-country income levels.
Unless it takes place this way, even the new investment from the BRIGS will mimic Africa's colonial, Cold War investments and aid-driven economic patterns, which brought economic growth with little industrialisation.
What economic patterns do you see in continents and regions?

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