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But Worcester's leaders need to stop kidding themselves: A city that cannot show business bean counters a favorable prospect when tax day rolls around is a city that will fall further and further behind its suburban neighbors.
The possibility of having to tap ratepayers for more money to fund tardy acquisitions can't be viewed as a favorable prospect for CAW.
If there are efficiencies of operation, like delivery, and I believe there will be, then this is a favorable prospect.
The author is particularly critical of recent versions of evolutionary ethics as fatally flawed because of violations of the naturalistic fallacy; but he projects a more favorable prospect for the application of evolutionary thinking to environmental issues and to health care.
In the face of this favorable prospect, a number of our businesses are facing overdue tariff adjustments particularly our water and toll roads operations where if left unresolved, continued capital expenditure on water projects and road construction would be degraded," Metro Pacific CEO and president Jose Ma.
The Compagnie Francaise d'Assurance pour le Commerce Exterieur (Coface) cited the Philippines as a country with high growth potential and the most favorable prospect of increasing production capacity in the years to come.
Embraer holds a favorable prospect for the demand for jets with up to 120 seats based on a comprehensive analysis, including how versatile business applications of 61 to 120-seat jets capture the market, by replacing older jets, optimizing fleet structure and helping airlines explore new markets with lower risk.
Elsewhere in the region, stock markets traded mostly higher as favorable prospects on the global economy buoyed risk-taking.