Analysts at Liberum said in late April: "While the change at the top creates some uncertainty, the underlying performance of the business is improving and the change could stimulate the investment community to reappraise
the optionality within the business as the debt is refinanced and brands rationalised."
Amid the trade war between the United States and China, Taiwanese firms needed to reappraise
their past involvement in China and try to spread risk, Deng said.
According to the researcher, the results can help reappraise
the role of bacteria in the development of pancreatic cysts.
Historians, archaeologists, and heritage professionals reappraise
the place of archaeological and other culture heritage matters in contemporary society by evaluating old methods, questioning established practices, and exploring new domains in this research area.
The contributed essays therefore attempt to reappraise
and rediscover Soviet and Russian cultural history by engaging with themes of Soviet censorship, musical institutions, reception history, and post-Soviet transition.
Asked if the campaign made him reappraise
his behaviour, he responded: "No.
The present regular council had been advised to reappraise
the propriety of decisions taken and recommendations made regarding recognition of medical and dental institutions since 2012, the minister added.
"Following the feedback received from local traders, residents, and the council's economy and environment scrutiny committee a decision has been taken to reappraise
some aspects of the proposal, including the viability of offering a period of free parking," a council spokesman said.
The purpose of this presentation is to reappraise
an innovative approach to nursing education implemented in 1984 in West Virginia.
And a blank weekend will have given them a much-needed opportunity to not only reappraise
where things have gone wrong, but firmly look ahead to Thursday's visit of Dinamo Kiev.