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They therefore need to keep pace with new technologies to attract investment.
They compared pay rises under the Tories to the total needed to keep pace with consumer prices in the period, using projected inflation figures for 2017.
Join Group Editorial Director Michael Levans and the research team as they put context behind this annual survey that offers the most accurate, comprehensive snapshot available on current operations trends to help managers keep pace with their peers.
Continuing education is imperative to keep pace with critical legal developments.
A FRESH surge in construction activity has fuelled concerns that there are not enough skilled workers in the UK to keep pace with expansion.
Summary: Journalists in the UAE have been urged to keep pace with the developments in the global media to keep attracting audiences.
PROGRESS on vital changes needed to keep pace with demand for social services in the Vale of Glamorgan could be hindered by spending cuts, a health watchdog has warned.
To base one's calculations on an expectation that wage-earners will continue to receive pay rises that fail to keep pace with the cost of living is as cynical as it is depressing.
Bahrain International Airport is to undergo a major 10-year revamp under a massive development plan to boost capacity to keep pace with the Kingdom's current needs, said a senior official.
Summary: Jeddah, Jumada Al-Awwal 07, 1432 / April 11, 2011, SPA -- The General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) signed here today a memorandum of understanding with the Australian Department of Infrastructure and Transport, agreeing on the operational framework for air transport services to keep pace with.
Summary: Workers are more than Au1,000 worse off than they were two years ago as their pay has failed to keep pace with hikes in the cost of living.
The fall was caused by take-home pay failing to keep pace with rising prices, with steep increases in the cost of clothes, shoes and food.