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subnational

(sʌbˈnæʃənəl)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of a region within a nation
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The Doing Business project provides objective measures of business regulations and their enforcement across 189 economies and selected cities at the subnational and regional level.
The ACT Government has signed up to the international RegionsAdapt initiative to improve the effectiveness of subnational governments in dealing with climate change, Minister for the Environment Simon Corbell announced today.
Business and subnational leaders set out programmes to cut emissions, call on negotiators to match them
I am therefore delighted to report on our carbon emission targets, which demonstrate our commitment to The Compact of States and Regions as part of the international contribution from subnational governments.
Among the major issues in these regimes are the incentive problems of subnational government bureaucrats.
Yet, elected officials, the media, educators, and advocates currently know little about the levels of public and political will for climate action at these subnational levels.
Dr Lyndon Lee-Suy, head of the Department of Health's (DOH) Emerging Infectious Disease Division, said five subnational laboratories have been opened across to country to handle cases of Mers-CoV or the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome-Coronavirus.
An official of the Prime Minister Polio Monitoring Cell Khyber Pakhtunkhwa informed The Frontier Post that in the SubNational Immunization Days (SNIDs) around 28, 75,624 children across the province would be vaccinated in 21 district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Subnational human rights institutions are often thought of as distinctly local bodies, addressing human rights concerns within their jurisdictions with little attention to the processes and mechanisms of the wider international human rights regime.
The Article identifies an emerging challenge that subnational regulation faces in the energy and environmental context--what I will call "maladaptive" federalism--and argues that federalism discussions need to account for its possibility.
They then go through a quantitative assessment of QG in the EU, including national levels and subnational levels, and then give case studies (Bolzano and Campania, Flanders and Wallonia, and Romania.
In this article we set out a fine-grained measure of the formal authority of intermediate subnational government for Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, South Korea, and Thailand that is designed to be a flexible tool in the hands of researchers and policymakers.