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In keeping with the trend of intensifying competition in the test equipment market, providing greater price cuts will become difficult due to low profit margins.
In view of surging healthcare costs, most of the European nations have implemented stringent cost -containing measures, resulting in intensifying pressure on profits.
Faced with the threat of intensifying competition, the fixed-line operators have shifted their focus to broadband to maintain revenue and increase the value of their offerings.
Featuring three beautiful products that work together - a trio powder shadow, eyeliner and mascara, the collection's success in effortlessly intensifying eye color is due to the use of complimentary and contrasting hues found on the color wheel.
Many challenges remain ahead for bottled water coolers, including the threat (or opportunity) from plumbed in point of use water coolers, the elusive in-home segment and an intensifying competitive environment.
The demand for advanced test equipment capable of handling complex modulations at very rapid processing speeds is intensifying as the communications, biotechnology, and military defense industries expand.
This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27(A) of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21(E) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, including statements related to: the next wave of on-demand service deployments, intensifying competition between broadband service providers, expectations of substantial increases in bandwidth consumption, further multiplication of bandwidth requirements, and a number of expected benefits of the GIGALight 9100 DWDM transmission system.
Outsourcing and Technological Innovations Tackle Intensifying Price Pressure in the Power Management ICs Market
These statements include, but are not limited to, references to Intel providing $20 million in funding over the next three years to accelerate Cymer's development of EUV lithography light sources; the expected commercial deployment of EUV lithography in 2009; the agreement enabling Intel and Cymer to deliver EUV development tools in 2006 to meet the 2009 production timeline; and Cymer accelerating and intensifying its EUV R&D efforts and enhancing Cymer's technology leadership and competitive edge.
Concerns also remain over the company's pressured earnings amid intensifying competition in the deregulating Korean non-life insurance sector.