nonagricultural

nonagricultural

(ˌnɒnæɡrɪˈkʌltʃərəl)
adj
(Agriculture) not of or relating to agriculture
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A substitute bill prohibiting the conversion of irrigated and irrigable lands for nonagricultural purposes is now inching its way to become a law this 17th Congress.
employers seeking to hire temporary nonagricultural workers under the one-time increase to the Fiscal Year (FY) 2017 H-2B cap announced in July.
The H-2B Temporary Nonagricultural Worker program was designed to serve U.
Using the information from the Bhutan Living Standard Surveys 2003, 2007 and 2012, and modeling occupation choice as a function of the characteristics of the sampled respondents, this study examines the agriculture and nonagricultural occupation choice in rural Bhutan, a rapidly emerging country in South Asia.
The increase raised the wage in nonagricultural companies with total assets of P30 million based in Bataan, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Tarlac and Zambales provinces from P364 to P380; in firms with less than P30 million in assets, from P357 to P373; and plantation workers, from P334 to 350.
We are interested in digging out what factors have affected home-returning peasant-workers' self-employment decision and furthermore, what factors have affected their non-agricultural income, what impact self-employment decision can exert on their nonagricultural income.
In India, there has been a remarkable growth of nonagricultural sector employment since 1983-04, compared to the agricultural sector.
Now, aggregate demand, E, for nonagricultural products can be obtained by adding the above three components:
Data from the Rural Economy Index for the first half of 2014 shows more farming and nonagricultural businesses are expecting to increase investment in the next 12 months.
Noting the continued deceleration in nonagricultural activity and bank credit, Bank Al-Maghrib decided to implement a new program to encourage banks to finance very small, small and medium-sized enterprises, particularly those operating in the industrial sector or whose production is export-oriented.
The rate of unregistered unpaid family workers is almost 92 percent, albeit lower to some extent in the nonagricultural sectors.
While the Fair Labor Standards Act sets the minimum age for most nonagricultural work at age 14, it prohibits workers under age 18 from performing any nonagricultural duties that the DOL has declared to be hazardous.