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One of the critical risks, as far as we see it, is overlapping or uncoordinated regulatory change leading to unintended consequences.
Clear, forceful policies; coherent, long-term programs; and ample funding must replace the current uncoordinated program of modest, indirect market-based incentives.
In an interview with AFP, Haitian President Rene Preval praised the massive international relief effort but warned that the aid operation remains uncoordinated.
The uncoordinated national and regional schemes are already creating a patchwork of punitive taxes that fill government coffers, but do little to effectively manage aviation's emissions," said IATA director general Giovanni Bisignani.
But the MPs heard that services for chronic alcoholics is patchy and uncoordinated across the city-region and beyond, with primary care trusts (PCTs) too often failing to offer after-care or prevention.
and the Committee on Adolescent Health Care Services, this study outlines the health status of adolescents and examines the separate and uncoordinated programs that operate in public and private health care environments.
Dubai: The International Air Transport Association (IATA), an industry group representing 230 airlines, on Wednesday said that uncoordinated green policies have "hijacked good sense" in Europe and called on governments to abandon punitive environment taxes.
And when it came to trying to catch the ball I honestly thought I was going to hurt him, so uncoordinated was he.
Other matters being considered were the potential risks and opportunities presented by the uncoordinated and unregulated development of new categories of workers; educating health workers effectively to address increasing and rapidly changing health needs; and drafting legislation that both optimises the flexibility of existing health workers and protects citizens from incompetent practice.
And one thing that becomes startlingly apparent in a surprisingly short time is how awkward and uncoordinated American vehicles can be under even the most benign circumstances.
In her report released two weeks ago, civil-rights attorney Connie Rice criticized the city's fragmented, uncoordinated and ineffective gang-prevention efforts.