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IFC's Expected Role and Additionality : (i) Access to long-term funding: Long-term funding is not easily available in Rwanda given the rudimentary state of the banking sector and emerging market profile of the country limiting the investment appetite of outside investors.
The author also avoids falling into the trap of providing a chronology of hardships suffered by the city's population by continually attempting to place her narrative into the larger context of broader historical trends--the rudimentary state of international law governing the conduct of war, the role of humanitarianism as a motive for the intervention of non-belligerent states and the importance of gender stereotypes in enumerating civilian suffering.
com)-- The Powerbank was conceptually introduced at an electronics show in Las Vegas in 2001 in its rudimentary state.
As the reader might suspect, the most significant reason involved the rudimentary state of technology for the radio- and television-control systems.
All this changed when the nation joined the European Union in 1981, at which time most of the wine industry was in a fairly rudimentary state, and the best wines restricted to a few large-scale producers Membership has encouraged large-scale investment and from the early 1990s, this modernisation has begun to kick in, with a new generation of Greek oenologists producing a fascinating and exciting range of wines from unique, indigenous grape varieties.
Although still in a rudimentary state, a string of more than 50 village bank cooperatives have been established to bring a measure of individual and community stability via financial services to the former "Homelands" of South Africa.
Many fields receive approximately one page, with music, law, and university journalism each summarized in a single brief paragraph, indicating the rudimentary state of the research.
The Nobel Committee noted that the researchers' discoveries -- especially impressive given the rudimentary state of immunological knowledge in the 1950s and 1960s -- are in large part responsible for today's wide range of transplant successes on such organs as the heart, pancreas and liver.