spill over

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In the process, other positive spill overs are felt in the form of learning-by-doing effects, efficiency gains in companies, human capital improvement, research and development in construction techniques, technology transfers as well as process innovation," he added.
Such adverse spill overs are partly compensated by favourable domestic growth drivers resulting essentially from higher government social spending with corollary effects on private demand.
According to the World Bank's twice-yearly "Global Economic Prospects", political turmoil in Egypt, stalemate in Tunisia and an escalation of the civil war in Syria, with spill overs to neighbouring Lebanon and Jordan, have weakened activity in the oil importing countries.