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Job growth appears across all sectors of the private economy in New Hampshire, meaning that companies from across the spectrum have responded to tax reduction and brought on new workers.
As the International Labour Organization (ILO) estimated in 2014, forced labor in the private economy reaps some $150 billion in illicit profits each year; most instances of what the Trafficking in Persons Report refers to as human trafficking are covered by ILO's definition of forced labor.
The UAE's non-oil private economy began the second quarter of 2015 on a positive note, with business conditions improving at a faster pace in April," said Philip Leake, economist at data compiler Markit.
Diversification will not fill the state's budget gap, but it does suggest that the private economy has been developing in positive ways hidden by our present concerns.
Underpinning the strong performance of Saudi Arabia's non-oil private economy was marked growth of new business in February.
This is a conundrum from usual practice in the private economy.
The rest of the data suggest to me that the private economy remains on a healthy growth path.
Wendy Davis of Fort Worth, called workers' compensation "essential" but remained noncommittal about whether it should ever be mandatory for certain sectors of the private economy.
China will relax market access to allow private economy to set up small and medium sized financial institutions on the condition of enhanced administrative supervision," he added.
To achieve this stability, bank credit has migrated away from the private economy and into government debt.

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