multitrillion

multitrillion

(ˌmʌltɪˈtrɪljən)
n
a number or amount equal to several trillion
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The country's steel requirement jumped to 9.1 million MT in 2016 and to 9.5 million MT in 2017, from 4.2 million MT in 2015, as a result of the Duterte administration's implementation of its multitrillion peso infrastructure program, which seeks to address the country's lack of roads, bridges and connectivity facilities.
A September 2016 report on the economic impact of the fashion industry to Congress' Joint Economic Committee asserted, "Fashion is a highly sophisticated, multitrillion dollar global industry.
State and local governments have not been good managers of their own pension plans, underfunding those plans much as multiemployer pensions have been underfunded, and today facing multitrillion dollar unfunded liabilities.
Capitalising on their increasing popularity, a greater percentage of enormous multitrillion industries, such as real estate, food and beverage, and travel, are incorporating wellness services into their businesses.
"He has been investing heavily into the bitcoin market and he believes it will be the next multitrillion industry," the article gushes.
So, we are looking at a multitrillion Naira lottery.
Even though the courts' interpretation put at risk a multitrillion dollar debt market, meaningful revisions to the language of the boilerplate term did not begin to appear until late 2014.
As a multitrillion dollar industry, Introtek customers depend on our high reliability sensors for non-invasive end of sample, bubble detection and sample level.
The report says the IoT market is forecast to grow into a multitrillion dollar industry within the next decade, incorporating everyday items.
During the forum, we placed a spotlight on the need to increase the amount of the multitrillion dollar public procurement market that is served by women-owned businesses: a mere 1% globally.
The next administration promptly squandered that money on tax cuts primarily benefitting the wealthiest and, a bit later, a multitrillion dollar commitment in Iraq.