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Certain components of the various sectoral Action Plans that are envisaged to be prepared, related to elements like creation of required infrastructure, fiscal incentives etc.
Ahmad bin Hamad al-Subhi, Head of the Joint Sectoral Committee for Omanisation in the Electricity and Water Sector submitted a presentation on the work of the committee, its strategy for the current period and Omanisation rates in government companies and private sector companies with long-term development and ownership contracts.
Seeking to ease concerns about party-list groups losing their place in government, he noted that the proportional representation system would even allow more sectoral lawmakers to be elected.
In a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha, Jaitley said that each sectoral group has obtained feedback from the trade and industry and also held meetings with the various stakeholders and various Joint Secretary level nodal officers from various ministries.
Approved project of Multi Sectoral Development sector was "Capacity building of Planning and Development Department (Phase-II)".
In Multi Sectoral Development approved project was Project Road No.
Productivity growth in the agricultural sector also leads to sectoral productivity convergence and thus helps to reduce inequality (Timmer, 1988).
Before the signing of the peace pact, a ritual was conducted where 71 tribal chieftain and native's sectoral datus (leaders) from Kalabugao Plains, Mount Kitanglad Range, Impasug-ong and upper Pulangi and ancestral territories in the Agusan, Bukidnon, Misamis and Davao participated in a solemn program to vow in bringing lasting solutions to the conflicts of highland people and villagers.
The Finance Ministry also noted the need to strengthen work on further prioritization of the sectoral programs for more accurate planning and efficiency of budget spendings.
Skills in Business: The Role of Business Strategy, Sectoral Skills Development and Skills Policy
The committee, also chaired by the Prime Minister, discussed plans for the next ten years presented by the 17th sectoral sub-committees about challenges faced by various economic sectors and the opportunities available.
In this paper, we examine the role that foreign aid plays in generating these outcomes, using panel data from OECD-DAC on the sectoral allocation of development aid, in conjunction with country-level data on public expenditures, human development outcomes and other economic, social and political indicators.