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sectoral

[ˈsektərəl] ADJ (Econ) → sectorial

sectoral

[ˈsɛktərəl] adjsectoriel(le)

sectoral

adj (Econ) → sektorenspezifisch
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Lilien, David M., 1982, "Sectoral shifts and cyclical unemployment," Journal of Political Economy, Vol.
Demand and output grow broadly in sympathy, so it is inappropriate to designate this new capacity as "excess," although mistakes in business judgment--for example, overestimating prospective sectoral growth--can lead to transitory periods of excess capacity.
This paper intends to carry out some empirical investigation about the link between sectoral structure and real convergence for the case of Spain.
The Government of Zimbabwe and the European Commission, through SYSMIN, are currently involved in the completion of a sectoral and feasibility study of Zimbabwe's mining industry.
These opportunities are among the benefits that the government pharmacists will gain them as a result of new sectoral agreement reached after negotiations on behalf of their union, the UHM, and had concluded with the government.
Similarly, Miao, Zhou, Nie, and Zhang (2013), examined the responsiveness of Chinese sectoral stock returns to the exchange rate.
It stated that 'any elected party list representative, who changes his political party or sectoral affiliation during his term of office shall forfeit his seat, provided, that if he changes his political party or sectoral affiliation within six months before an election, he shall not be eligible for nomination as party list representative under his new party or organization.'
by Times News Service The sectoral engagements aim to introduce the Competition Protection and Monopoly Prevention Law in Oman.
The Muscat Securities Market (MSM) has announced changes in the constituents of the benchmark MSM30 index and three sectoral indices following the annual revision of those indices.
The inclusion of these groups was made possible by the Supreme Court ruling in the Atong Paglaum versus COMELEC case, where the following parameters were set: (1) Three different groups may participate in the party-list system: (a) national parties or organizations, (b) regional parties or organizations, and (c) sectoral parties or organizations (2) National parties or organizations and regional parties or organizations do not need to organize along sectoral lines and do not need to represent any "marginalized and underrepresented" sector (3) Political parties can participate in party-list elections provided they register under the party-list system and do not field candidates in legislative district elections.
The document provides for the allocation of available human, administrative and financial resources from diplomatic and consular missions abroad to the sectoral authorities of the ISIE responsible for the proper conduct of elections for Tunisian expatriates.
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Apr 25 (ANI): Equity benchmark indices opened on a flat note on Thursday with most sectoral indices showing mixed results.