capable of growth

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He commended Costa Rica's competitive and flexible economy which he said is highly capable of growth and which is driven by several development visions complementing those of the UAE.
This is essential to build strong and competitive institutions capable of growth, leadership and sustainable development.
Can northern Italy's family firms again prove themselves capable of growth in increasingly tough international markets?
Economic activities that are in line with Islamic Sharia have shown to be the most capable of growth, and enduring economic pressure because it is characterised by features that are absent in traditional methods, Al Tayer said.
The objective of this project is to:- Provide SMEs benefiting from the SME instrument with a regional support ( Key Account Manager , hereafter KAM)- Provide a selection of SMEs that are capable of growth and successful internationalisation with an evaluation of their innovation capacities, and an action plan to address identified bottlenecks.
LAB are capable of growth under harsh conditions in wine because of a dynamic balance between components that both favor and inhibit their growth and survival.
Appropriate expressions for each category of control were developed in terms of the concentration of spores capable of growth per unit of product.
The two approaches, as clear as they are, depend almost completely on information technology, which has contributed to laying down the foundations of an informed society capable of growth and progress.
rhizogenese were isolated, the results showed isolates all were: Gram-negative, catalase-positive, capable of growth on YMB medium containing 3% NaCl, were capable of absorbing Congo red in medium with this test R.
The first quarter GDP data at least suggest that the economy is capable of growth in 2013, in contrast to the eurozone.
The importance of thermostable biomolecules in the field of biotechnology has spurred research into organisms capable of growth at high temperatures.