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He said due to corruption in various countries, economic development was stunted because foreign direct investment was discouraged and small businesses within the country often found it impossible to overcome the start-up costs.
Economic development is stunted because foreign direct investment is discouraged and small businesses often find it impossible to overcome the "start-up costs" required because of corruption.
The program teaches that using opiates, like prescription drugs and heroin, just once, can lead to an addiction that is almost impossible to overcome.
These days, it is impossible to overcome the political crisis just with applying democratic changes.
The harsh weather conditions of Saudi Arabia may not be very ideal for outdoor sports but it is not impossible to overcome this problem.
The Russian diplomat affirmed that it is impossible to overcome that danger without holding a consolidated cooperation with the Syrian government, adding the US and its allies didn't achieve any success up till now against the extremist gunmen.
So a company that is the first or earliest to enter a certain business builds up an advantage through experience that later entrants in the market find difficult or impossible to overcome.
In the end, it proved a hurdle that was impossible to overcome.
While it may seem impossible to overcome these addictions, and to an extent, addicts need professional help, it is possible.
Instead of inputting applicants' residential addresses, clerks seem to have been inputting their place of births, causing a giant problem that seems impossible to overcome by Sunday.
There are historical legacies, territorial disputes, maritime issues in Asia, but nothing is impossible to overcome if we are sincerely engaged in dialogue," Ban said in an interview with Xinhua.
The military disparity between Zionist militias (numbering at about 5,000 well trained fighters) and Arab volunteers (numbering around 1,500) was impossible to overcome without backing from the outside.