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The methodology is based on the definition and use of stringency values (SV), as a novel quantification tool of the stringency of the most relevant technological requirements described by international manufacturing codes.
Moreover, we find evidence that exporters of plant products from less or least developed countries are more constrained by MRL stringency than their competitors from the developed world.
In addition, the researchers validated at high stringency another five biomarkers, which can be out-licensed.
CAPP argues that higher stringency will impact revenue and current technology is inadequate to reduce GHG emissions.
It is well documented that our elderly population is increasing and the potential demand for hospital treatment is possible to estimate but constantly the demand of financial stringency brought about by central control means that at the last minute sums of money have to be allocated to avert serious situations arising in a winter period.
Now, that is a matter of choice and different expectations, while men, especially in times of economic stringency, redundancy and unemployment, are asking where their place is now.
Building Envelope: Opaque elements and fenestration requirements have been revised to increase stringency while maintaining a reasonable level of cost effectiveness.
However, he said the Bahamas Medical Council has recently increased the stringency of its work permit process, requiring doctors who come into The Bahamas to perform procedures a handful of times a year to be covered by a $10,000 annual work permit, as opposed to being able to pay a weekly or otherwise pro-rated permit fee.
And I wish us to work all together, employees, franchisees and partners, directors and shareholders, and that we will work confidently towards a common goal: to develop the Group to the very highest level with commitment and stringency".
(b) What is the link between stringency of environmental regulation and the size of the informal economy?
70s 1973 Council house building in the North East could be cut back severely because of a glut of modernisation work and Government financial stringency. Alderman John Cox, leader of Newcastle City Council, said there was a chance that the city''s building programme would come to a halt.
This project goes in absolutely the wrong direction, especially at a time of financial stringency.