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subnational

(sʌbˈnæʃənəl)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of a region within a nation
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Klazen further said it is evident from the theme that there is immense responsibility and expectations placed upon subnational governments to address socio-economic challenges facing our continent.
Tahir Mahmood Faculty of Economics, University of Chitral, has published a paper entitled "Prevalence and factors associated with underweight children: a population-based subnational analysis from Pakistan" in the "BMJ Open" Journal with Impact Factor 2.413.
This objective will be achieved through the consolidation of the Decentralization and Subnational Fiscal Management Network (Network), as a space for dialogue and regional exchange of policies, and facilitating digital the accessibility and use of subnational digital information through the Subnational Tax Information Platform (Platform).
According to the subnational Doing Business in Kazakhstan 2019 report, the pace of reform has been fast across Kazakhstan.
Following extensive flooding in the Indus River Basin in 2010, affecting much of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, and Sindh Provinces, subnational measles SIAs were conducted during 2010-2011 for children aged <13 years in flood-affected areas and aged <5 years in other areas; 29.7 million children were vaccinated (94% administrative coverage).
This year's edition of State and Local Government covers current issues in politics and policy at the subnational level-are there enough correction officers, foster homes, teachers?
'Through the Neda bill, the independent economic and development planning body we envision would be one that directs and integrates development plans at the national and subnational levels,' Pernia said in a speech at the Planning Community of Practice (PCoP) 2nd Technical Workshop on Wednesday.
The Economist Intelligence Unit report 'Evaluating the environment for public-private partnerships in Aisa- The 2018 Infrascope says 'with exception, Gurjat state (India) and Sindh province (Pakistan), which are subnational governmental entities and which show the importance of subnational government PPP programme as potential models of best practice.
Fitch has updated its subnational public entity rating assumptions for some French subnational tiers (reflecting a conservative average credit quality of the respective obligors on a portfolio basis), which are outlined in appendix 4 of the criteria.
World Bank expert Julian Vilcuin proposed to prepare a subnational Doing Business in Uzbekistan report.
Fouad, the current president of the COP14, added during her speech before the 6 th Global Biodiversity Summit of Local and Subnational Governments, that the global environment is also facing various challenges, including environmental change and countering poverty, as well as the dangers on the biological diversity.
Subnational Tactics and the Processes of Constitutional