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Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM) (LSE: TYT) (TYO: 7203), a Japan-based automaker, is redoubling its focus to make its presence felt in India and other emerging countries.
The costs of the proposed redoubling and line speed works are estimated at pounds 36.
ANTI-WAR campaigners in Birmingham are redoubling their efforts to bring an end to the conflict in Iraq.
As editor, I am committed to redoubling our efforts to make the Daily News the most important and valued information source in the Antelope Valley.
The council is redoubling efforts to attract new businesses, although Nero recognizes that Miami has clearly entered a new phase in its existence.
Currently, homosexual activists are redoubling their lobbying efforts among all governments.
Elsewhere, the AICPA is redoubling efforts to offer opportunities to enhance member competence and maintain the profession's commitment to high-quality performance.
We have experienced the close cooperation of all the countries in the region in the war against terror, and were able to play a helpful role last spring and summer to defuse a dangerous crisis between India and Pakistan that could have led to a catastrophic conflict, and we are redoubling our efforts to reduce tensions in Kashmir.
The organization is redoubling its efforts to generate powerful women-to-women connections in creating more successful businesses, new partnerships and supportive friendships.
EMC, which had a disappointing first quarter of sales into this space is redoubling its efforts.
This very free process of redoubling causes the vocabulary of Bambara to be non-context-free," says Culy.
With Mike Maciag's new role, Ousterhout will be redoubling his work on the company's innovative build technologies, working closely with Vice President of Engineering Anders Wallgren to help enterprises break through the build bottleneck and streamline build processes in leading software development organizations.