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subindustry

(ˈsʌbˌɪndəstrɪ)
n, pl -ries
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a subdivision of an industry
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The firms in each subindustry could have different cost structures ....").
Cebu Pacific Director for Airport Services Dindo Fernando said the new route will help spur domestic tourism between the Visayas, Central Luzon and Northern Luzon, and support the meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MIE) tourism subindustry.
The precise geographic information available in this annual data set, which includes address data for establishments, allows us to calculate the number of stores and employment counts in the eating and drinking industry, and in the restaurant subindustry more specifically, at a specified mile radius.
Industry could be represented by GICS or SIC industry and subindustry codes.
The largest contributing subindustry in manufacturing value added in 2014 was petroleum and coal products followed by chemicals.
XTH tracks the performance of the S&P Technology Hardware Select Industry Index, comprised of companies in technology hardware, storage and peripherals, electronic equipment and instruments, and electronic components subindustry.
* Because increasing complexity will continue to make business decisions more difficult to assess and execute, clients will increasingly seek advisers who have expertise in their industry This means that accounting firms should focus on developing great depth of knowledge in specific industry and subindustry verticals--specializing in, for example, not just restaurants but quick service chains.
First, an innovation in an industry or subindustry increases capital demand in that industry, leading to an IPO wave within that industry, but not for the overall universe of industries.
Continuing with this process, in a recent study we developed a new model that (1) classifies data breaches and related compromised records according to nine internal and external causal factors (or categories) and (2) five general industry categories/sectors and 18 related subindustry sectors.
In addition, they play an effective role in the developed countries' technologies and level of prosperity, provide employment, satisfy energy needs and services, encourage subindustry and manufacturing, give regional development prominence, and provide foreign exchange [3].
According to the S&P Composite 1500 GICS Sector Scorecard, from S&P Capital IQ, the drug retail subindustry was up 19% for the year to date as of March 28, ahead of food retail (+15.3 %), general merchandise stores (+14.1%) and hypermarkets/supercenters (+9.1%), which includes warehouse club stores.