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This will augur well for job creation as it shows that the government efforts in heavy lifting in investment activities in rural areas and the push to affordable housing is finally bearing fruit," SBI said in a report drafted by SBI's Economic Research Department.
This trend does not augur well for the future of two neighbours.
New Delhi, Jan 21 (ANI): Hours after External Affair Minister S M Krishna said repeated attacks on Indians in Australia did not augur well for bilateral relations between the two countries.
The trends augur well for the economy of lower Manhattan, Colliers concludes, as all the new activity rids the market of old, vacant commercial space.
Flow By and Palio Sky augur well for John Dunlop at Newmarket, where assistant Robert Alcott says they have a decent team, with particularly high hopes of Elnadim in the July Cup.
Our experiments do not augur well for trying to use T2 cells to modify the disease once it has started," says author Diane Mathis.
Increased Global Trade and Strict Environmental Regulations Augur Well for Chassis Systems and Components Aftermarket
She" pointed out also that while the tremendous overbuilding of the 70s and 80s precipitated the real estate recession of the early 90's, today's low yacancy rates augur well for the present market.
There have also been several mergers and acquisitions, which augur well for the long-term growth of Chinese feed additives market.