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FitzPatrick said: "The programme needs to keep pace with the increasing population and changes in technology and lifestyles."
[USA], Aug 29 (ANI): Mangrove expansion and climatic warming could facilitate ecosystems to keep pace with rising sea level, according to a landmark study.
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.
MANY UK businesses say they're struggling to keep pace with technological advances, but see technology disruption as an opportunity rather than a threat, a new survey suggests.
It is necessary for today's PR professionals to keep pace with emerging trends and focus on using new technologies in a way that corresponds to the basics of PR along ethical and moral parameters.
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.
He pointed out that the determination to implement high-end business projects helps to keep pace with the national transformation program and Vision 2030.
"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.
Across the region wages have failed to keep pace with the housing market, pushing property out of reach of a growing number of people, according to housing charity Shelter.
Summary: Journalists in the UAE have been urged to keep pace with the developments in the global media to keep attracting audiences.