nonstrategic

nonstrategic

(ˌnɒnstrəˈtiːdʒɪk)
adj
not of, relating to, or characteristic of strategy
Translations
ei-strateginen
nem stratégiai
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"Since the strategic environment has changed rapidly since the end of the Cold War, we need to find ways to use arms control to address the rise of China's nuclear arsenal, the increase of Russia's nonstrategic weapons stockpiles, and the emergence of new technologies like hypersonic weapons," said Texas Rep.
South Korea's Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy also refuted Japan's argument that South Korea's system is insufficient, releasing details of its "catch-all system" for the country's trade controls for security, in which exports of both strategic and nonstrategic items that could be used as part of WMDs are placed under the government's control.
qualified pension plan lump sum offer, a $21 million tax adjustment charge, and a $10 million gain on sale of a nonstrategic asset.
The results confirm our feasible decisions to focus on its core business, exit nonstrategic investments, and deepen its global professional banking practices along with high commitment to regulations," he added.
The results confirm KFH`s feasible decisions to focus on its core business, exit nonstrategic investments, and deepen its global professional banking practices along with high commitment to regulations", Al-Marzouq explained.
This article explains the program; describes why it is important based on the need for bombers in the nuclear role, the need for cruise missiles to make bombers effective, and the US-Russia mismatch in nonstrategic nuclear weapons (NSNW) and accurate, low-yield nuclear weapons in general; and discusses several leading criticisms of the LRSO ALCM.
"Continued improvements in spending efficiency, strengthening non-oil revenue, advancing to a competitive knowledge-based economy, deepening and broadening structural reforms, privatising nonstrategic government-related enterprises (GREs), and improving the ecosystem for SME development and access to finance; would help achieve Vision 2021 goals," said Armstrong.
Meanwhile, the transformation of our portfolio continued, with further divestments of nonstrategic assets and the final investment decision on LNG Canada."
In Fitch's view, under a stress scenario, GRUPO SURA could generate liquidity by accessing the credit markets, executing joint ventures with strategic partners and disposing of nonstrategic assets.
We will henceforth refer to this hypothetical case, in which [W.sub.x] = 0, as the "nonstrategic simultaneous-move benchmark." The last term in expression (6) is the "strategic" term ([W.sub.t], (d[t*N]/dx)).
nonstrategic in nature and thus not meant for gaining substantial influence on how the company is managed.