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US technology and financial services group General Electric Co (NYSE:GE) has been exploring a potential bid for Invensys to outmatch Schneider, but the US groupa[euro](tm)s chief Jeff Immelt on Friday suggested his company would not enter the bidding race, the paper said.
An English volunteer said: "Since India seem to be the superior team in cricket, may be Pakistan fans can outmatch them in screaming.
The only way to stop the criminal outfit is to outmatch them at street level, so Hobbs asks Dom to assemble his elite team in London.
Executive chef at Dubai's Qamardeen Hotel, Bernd Geiger, thinks customer loyalty schemes are the only way to outmatch discount offers' appeal.
C'mon, who will outmatch these two dominant QRANK:TT players and win our April prize?
We want to erect a statue, which will outmatch every other statue in terms of dimensions," he pointed out.
As a result, the company upgraded its full-year outlook and forecast that corporate wholesale of hearing aids in 2010 will outmatch the market growth by 8-10% in terms of value.