industrywide

in·dus·try·wide

 (ĭn′də-strē-wīd′)
adv. & adj.
Throughout an entire industry: sales that decreased industrywide; industrywide cooperation.

industrywide

(ˈɪndəstrɪˌwaɪd)
adv, adj
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) covering or available to all parts of an industry
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Although the sales gains looked especially strong compared with a weak October 2012, when Hurricane Sandy curtailed new-vehicle sales along parts of the East Coast, an underlying industrywide strength is evident, according to Michelle Krebs, senior analyst at the industry researcher Edmunds.
Only by creating a collaborative industrywide fraud-prevention database can this activity be stopped.
automaker revised downward industrywide new-car sales in the U.
believes that titanium could become the catalyst of choice industrywide.
W)e believe wooden residential furniture sales are in the midst of an industrywide slowdown that is likely to persist for a while," said Jeffrey Scheffer, chairman, president and CEO of Stanley Furniture.
The Swedish company says the layoffs reflect expectations for an industrywide decline in demand for heavy-duty trucks equipped with new anti-pollution technology.
IATA revised its earnings forecast for 2006, lowering projected industrywide full-year losses to $1.
Certified industrywide programs or concepts could help reduce the cost of multiple site safety compliance while still maintaining standards acceptable to mills and suppliers.
Industrywide, the quality of retirement-income planning is not high, because the financial-services industry is still in the asset-accumulation mode of planning, according to Francois Gadenne, president and chief executive officer of Retirement Engineering Inc.
The New York City hotel industry has again established itself as the forerunner of industrywide success and change," expressed Dr.
Matsushita said in a press release that industrywide DVD-recorder shipments in Japan will jump 59 percent to 3.
In time, the full impact of DP 555 BG/RR will be felt industrywide, as farmers enjoy high-yielding stacked gene cotton varieties from D&PL and other companies that will follow D&PLs lead in breeding for higher yields and better fiber quality," says Tom Jagodinski, president of Delta & Pine Land Co.
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