overdependence

Related to overdependence: outlined, stabilise, overhyped, dropping by, sought out

overdependence

(ˌəʊvədɪˈpɛndəns)
n
the state or fact of being too dependent, esp for help or support
Translations

overdependence

[ˌəʊvədɪˈpendəns] Ndependencia f excesiva
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President, but they are also fearful and skeptical of overdependence on our Chinese neighbors.
West Pokot county has trying to reduce overdependence on relief food by reviving cash crop farming.
'The accelerated production of oil palm will reduce poverty in our communities, move the country from overdependence on crude oil economy and also promote agriculture,' he said.
India, June 27 -- Government of India is reportedly planning to build its own WhatsApp-like chat platform to facilitate secure communications for government agencies citing overdependence on American technology companies.
The 15th Finance Commission observed: State needs to provide enhanced impetus to development of manufacturing sector, which, in turn, would calibrate its overdependence on IT / ITeS sector, thereby, reducing concentration risk to growth.
Widespread poverty, droughts, floods, inequitable land distribution and overdependence on rain-fed agriculture increase vulnerability to climate change.
'Overdependence on China, coupled with loan repayments and maintenance costs, could result in Cambodia's falling into the so-called debt trap.
It's a matter of how long our overdependence on credit card debt will last and just how bad it will get," wrote report author Alina Comoreanu.
Falola then discusses the effects of military rule, an overdependence on oil revenue to hold the country together, the weakness of Nigerian democracy, and the country's troubling contrasts of extreme wealth and poverty.
His lawyer Glenn Davis told the court: "Mr McCrory has an overdependence on alcohol in times of crisis."
Along with mass production of construction materials through advanced technology, Pema Gyeltshen said the company will also train Bhutanese youth by imparting them the latest mechanical, technical and vocational skills thus reducing our overdependence on the foreign workforce to a minimum.
AlixPartners' retail department director Bill Lewis said that, as early as 2011, many company owners were examining overdependence on China, and began to feel concerned about a variety of issues, such as labor cost, political suppression, and the rules for operation in China, according to the report.