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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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.
The greater exchange rate flexibility would also improve the economy's shock absorption capacity by incentivising the reallocation of resources between the tradable and non-tradable sectors of the economy, it added.
The Executive Order says immediately upon the constitution of the JPTT, the President shall authorize the reallocation of resources and assets to support its operations and the provision contained 'herein'.
The reallocation of resources will support the acceleration and expansion of the sitravatinib and KRAS programmes and is expected to provide funding for operations into late 2019.
It describes recent developments and the near-term outlook, risks to the outlook, and policy recommendations; demographic challenges, primarily the speed of aging, and the growth, external balance, financial market, and policy implications; and the slowdown of productivity growth and the factors involved, including sluggish investment, little impetus from trade, slowing human capital formation, reallocation of resources to less productive sectors, and the aging population.
So that is something for the Congress to think about that will entail possibly a reallocation of resources,' he added.
We show that the dynamics of aggregate labour productivity benefited from the reallocation of resources among continuing firms and from the net effect of business demography.
But Bourne's solution to this problem is classic Malthus: rather than a reallocation of resources and/or a global level cultural shift in our consumption patterns, his primary prescription is that we must control the world's population.
Rohde & Schwarz fully VoIP-based R&S VCS-4G featuring a distributed, redundant architecture meets increased demand for flexible, load-based reallocation of resources while ensuring efficient and sustainable air traffic control in line with the highest safety standards.
We recommend improvement of currently available stroke centers by increasing the number of trained personnel, up scaling of available facilities through reallocation of resources, as well as establishing dedicated stroke care and rehabilitation centers where the needs of stroke survivors can be catered to at an individual level.
That will facilitate an efficient reallocation of resources released as a result of phasing out directed lending and their use in more productive sectors of the economy.