I and a brother banker have obtained a grant of a railway, the only industrial enterprise
which in these days promises to make good the fabulous prospects that Law once held out to the eternally deluded Parisians, in the fantastic Mississippi scheme.
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Status of industrial relations of the public and the private sector industrial enterprise
was assessed by five items (Cronbach's [alpha] = .85).
Although industrial enterprise
expectations for the year 2012 are modest, they are still planning to increase investments rather than decrease them, mostly due to the increase in demand.
But of the many assets which define our great region, along with its natural beauty and welcoming atmosphere, our proud record of industrial enterprise
is surely it.
The value of the identified KMC consists in their application to the personnel processes of a particular industrial enterprise
. This value is maximized if the competencies are implemented within all personnel processes.
Minister of Industry, SME and Investment Promotion Mohamed Benmeradi emphasized Tuesday here the important role of the industrial rights, innovation and scientific research in the promotion of the competitiveness of industrial enterprises
. "The industrial rights, innovation and research has a determining role in the promotion of industrial enterprise
competitiveness, and especially small and medium-sized businesses," Benmeradi said in a speech, read on his behalf by a representative of Industry Ministry, at the opening of a training workshop on the support of technology and innovation.
Located at the southern edge of downtown Hartford, Coltsville is known for its association with Samuel Colt and the industrial enterprise
he founded, Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Co.
Farming became an increasingly industrial enterprise
, often with the encouragement of government and the cooperative extensions services of the state.
Le Corbusier, a Swiss craftsman turned Parisian journalist and polemical architect, might have talked in awe of the aesthetic of industrial enterprise
, but Albert Kahn (1869-1942) was the incarnate spirit of industrial enterprise-made-architecture.