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This method also covers the wider repercussions resulting from the supply chain, as well as the expenditure of clients and employees, which when combined almost always exceed the direct impact of hotels.
They should ensure that their country won't be harmed by the repercussions of Tuesday's dramatic announcement, whatever these repercussions turn out to be.
The ambassador voiced understanding of Jordan's need of more aid to enable it to deal with the repercussions of the crisis in Syria.
The US official hailed Jordan's role in addressing the repercussions of the Syrian crisis and renewed the UN's support to Jordan to deal with these repercussions.
If Congress does not act and the US suddenly cannot pay its bills, the repercussions would be serious.
In this context, SDPI has organized a seminar titled "Climate Change Repercussions for Pakistan: Perspectives from the Fifth IPCC Assessment Report".
Etudes sans lesquelles il serait impossible d'envisager les repercussions de la construction du barrage.
In an interview with Qatar News Agency (QNA) yesterday on the sidelines of the 13th session of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (Unctad XIII), Pascal Lamy said the world has not yet get out of the economic crisis which began in 2008 and its repercussions continued with the aggravation of the European debt crisis.
REPERCUSSIONS J Angela Bollan, who killed herself in Cornton Vale, with her baby daughter.
MANAMA: The national economy is capable of recovering its growth momentum soon and overcoming the repercussions of the recent unrest.
Summary: SHARJAH -- The Sharjah Police Headquarters on Tuesday launched a safe and secure communication service called 'Najeed' (perfect) for the people to lodge complaints and provide information to the police without the fear of repercussions.
Lawyer of Orthodox Church Ramsis El-Naggar told Daily News Egypt that the decision was the result of a memo El-Naggar submitted which raised concerns over the social repercussions and resulting personal damages of the continued detention.