reallocation of resources

Related to reallocation of resources: reacquainted

reallocation of resources

The provision of logistic resources by the military forces of one nation from those deemed "made available" under the terms incorporated in appropriate NATO documents, to the military forces of another nation or nations as directed by the appropriate military authority. See also integrated logistic support; logistic assistance; mutual aid.
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It is likely that some trade diversion will take place both in the UK and the EU, resulting in reallocation of resources to less efficient firms and negative welfare effects.
This collaboration underlines the use of data to ensure optimization and reallocation of resources, automate credit and drive smart decision making to deliver excellent customer experience.
There is more accountability, with research moving from an unpriced to a priced environment, leading to research innovation and a reallocation of resources to where asset managers need it, such as small and mid-cap equities, ESG, alternative data and thematics.
It's well known that without reallocation of resources where they are needed the most for establishing an equitable society, it would not be possible to arrest the rot of expanding inequality.
This makes us take an active and conscious effort in reallocation of resources and prevents the insidious cost creep and the constant loss of efficiency that plague organisations.
Enactment of House Bill 5542 will exempt nonprofits focused on affordable housing from having to obtain a residential mortgage license while also fostering reallocation of resources for improved tracking of market trends.
Because of the domestic financial sector recapitalization, the need for institutionalization and reallocation of resources the sovereign wealth funds was established.
The reallocation of resources toward higher-performing companies makes economies healthier, potentially providing them with new competitive advantages vis-a-vis other countries.
The reallocation of resources towards higher-performing companies makes economies healthier, potentially providing them with new competitive advantages vis-a-vis other countries.
It is also expected to enhance competitiveness at the industry and enterprise level through exploiting opportunities for scale production, continental market access and better reallocation of resources, according to the Union.
To boost EU manufacturing, greater capacity for creative destruction and reallocation of resources is needed.
Greater exchange rate flexibility would also improve the economy's shock absorption capacity by incentivizing the reallocation of resources between the tradable and non-tradable sectors of the economy.