Economy Sample Clauses

Economy. 1.3.1 Aceh has the right to raise funds with external loans. Aceh has the right to set interest rates beyond that set by the Central Bank of the Republic of Indonesia.
Economy. The Economy Goal of the RPP is to promote a sustainable regional economy comprised of a broad range of businesses providing employment opportunities to a diverse workforce. Through the existing and expected development (i.e. the Hospital Expansion) on the Hospital Parcel, the Project will promote a sustainable regional economy, consistent with the RPP. CCHC desires to operate and expand its facilities to fulfill the healthcare needs of the growing population across Cape Cod, specifically maintaining and expanding access to ambulatory healthcare. Through the Residential Development on the WLP Parcel, the Project will use resources and infrastructure efficiently by siting housing where residents will have access to transit and pedestrian infrastructure. The Project is sited to be connected to sewer, which is an efficient use of resources.
Economy. (a) Functional Economic Market Area (FEMA) - As part of the joint HMA study, referred to above, the Functional Economic Market Area (FEMA) has also been established and it is agreed that the ‘best fit for the FEMA based on plan areas is to include all of the four district councils which are the subject of this MoU. The completed study forms part of the evidence base for all three district level Local Plans and is available on the Councils’ websites. Agreement – It is agreed that the ‘best fit’ Functional Economic Market Area consists of Aylesbury Vale, Chiltern, South Bucks and Wycombe Districts.
Economy. 8.1 Fee MFA must pay the price specified in the Terms of Reference (Appendix 1). No other fees are payable to the Consultant. All prices are in Danish kroner (DKK). The prices are not indexed. The prices are including direct and indirect taxes and all expenses and costs, including but not limited to travelling and accommodation expenses for journeys to/from Greater Copenhagen, insurance, administration, general and specific office expenses etc.
Economy. The Northern Territory’s headline economic growth has been strong over the last five years, driven primarily by major projects. In recent years however, the underlying economy has shown signs of weakening with low population growth, low inflation and fluctuating state final demand. The outlook for the Northern Territory housing market remains subdued, with weak leading residential indicators suggesting a further moderation in the medium term following slowing economic activity and subdued population growth. Given the Northern Territory’s low to negative population growth and previous land releases, supply in Darwin is not considered an issue in the broader housing market at this point in time, although affordable rent is still a challenge for low income earners. Housing As at February 2018, the Northern Territory’s public housing portfolio was 12 167 dwellings (comprising urban, remote, industry housing, government employee housing, emergency housing, community housing and affordable rental housing). Forty-one percent (5 013) of the portfolio is urban public housing while 42 per cent (5 097) is remote. The demand for public housing far exceeds supply. As at February 2018, there were 5 666 households waiting for public housing in the Northern Territory (3 646 in urban and 2 020 in remote areas). Aboriginal people make up 50 per cent of urban public housing tenancies and 99 per cent of remote public housing tenancies in the Northern Territory.
Economy. Game economy is based on coins. Main organizations, regulating economy in New Settlement are the Inn and Post Bank. For Filthed lands the Portal serves this function and a bunch of another. El – is the currency of the Everwood. In the game it is represented in 3 types of coins: Bronze, Silver and Gold. The exchange rates are: 5 Bronze = 1 Silver, 5 Silver = 1 Gold. Ways to earn Els: ⮚ during registration every player will receive personal savings which equals 1 silver El. However, player can get more Els if the costume is exactly fitting the role of the character and/or is beautiful. Bonus part may be varied, but does not exceed 1 bronze El.; ⮚ if the character died and the player is registering a new character, player will receive personal savings once again. However, if the costume remains generally the same, personal savings will be reduced; ⮚ to get new savings player must present the Road Patent of the previous character. Without it, player will not receive any bonus sum of Els; ⮚ players can get rewarded by completing quests or gathering loot, getting more items; ⮚ players can freely trade and exchange valuable items. Although food can be bought at the Inn for in-game currency, there is still possibility to obtain it in exchange of some deeds in Tavern.
Economy. The Committee will also consider the interactions and interrelationships between these components, as applicable, and associated environmental, health, social and economic systems based on the information and knowledge that is made available to the Committee. The Committee may, based on its analysis and engagement activity, further refine or add to the list of components listed above. If that is the case, the Committee will clearly document in its Report the rationale for doing so, including how public, stakeholder and/or Indigenous input have informed and influenced this.
Economy. Health and Social Work is one of the largest sources of employment (13%) in the Caithness, Xxxxxxxxxx and Xxxxxx Xxxx area. The Caithness landscape and economy has been dominated by Dounreay Nuclear Power Station, which has provided significant economic value to the area since 1955. This site is now undergoing decommissioning with a resulting loss of up to 2,000 jobs over the next 15 years. It is estimated that the area economy was 12% dependent on Dounreay work in 2016. Early indications into the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and Brexit on the local economy show that this is predicted to be more severe in the Highlands and Islands due to its reliance on industries most impacted by the lockdown and associated restrictions, as well as a higher number of self-employed and micro-businesses. With rising unemployment, young people will be at most disadvantage as they will be competing against experienced workers for jobs, resulting in the risk that many will have to leave the Highlands and Islands region to seek employment in urban areas.
Economy. Canada is rich in natural resources like oil, minerals and wood and has a large production of cereals. In recent years, the share of commodities has decreased to about 20% of overall exports. This is reflected in the distribution of the work force with two-thirds employed in services. As in other industrialized countries, services have the largest share (70%) of GDP, followed by industry (28%) and agriculture (2%). In 2007, unemployment reached 5.8%, a 33-year low.7 6 Wikipedia Image, Parliament Hill, Ottawa: xxxx:// 7 Statistics Canada: xxx.xxxxxxx.xx/xxxxxxx/Xxxxxxxx/Xxxxxx/XXX/ In terms of growth, Canada has achieved a remarkable performance with uninterrupted positive results since 1992, except for three quarters. This is underpinned by a rigorous macro-economic policy, a well-balanced economy and a strong participation in global trade and investment. For the fiscal period 2006/07, the government presented the tenth budget surplus in a row (USD
Economy. A pan Ayshire Employment Taskforce has been setup in response to the economic downturn within the Ayrshire area. It is a pro-active response forum which shares information on potential and imminent closures and downsizing of companies. The Taskforce‟s responsibility is to ensure that planned measures are put in place to assist struggling businesses during the economic downturn, and to ensure the employees of these companies have access to as much support as possible. Profile of South Ayrshire The types of actions currently being progressed are: Creation of a single Taskforce database to share information on businesses and their current status Surveys of companies with 50+ employees to gather an informed picture of the current situation facing SME‟s, A business summit (took place in March) Organisation of roadshows, especially in more remote areas to provide information and support on what can be made available to unemployed persons Co-ordination of links/discussions with colleges‟ working group Development of a communications strategy to provide information on what support can be made available, along with a plan to promote positive business stories aimed at creating an “Ayrshire‟s still in business” image Sharing of information on notifications of potential redundancies and unemployment stats A co-ordinated approach to utilising additional funding allocated to Colleges and Job Centre Plus Unemployment, as measured using the ILO definition, has been in line with the Scottish and GB averages at around 5% in 2007 but the number of people claiming Job Seekers Allowance has doubled since 2008. While the average incomes of residents are comparatively high, with South Ayrshire reported to having the fourth highest average weekly earnings in Scotland in 2008. This reflects the area‟s proximity to Glasgow, with around a quarter of workers commuting daily to key jobs in the City and the surrounding areas. South Ayrshire contributes 1.9% of GVA in Scotland and has 2.4% of the total registered business stock although turnover of these businesses is slightly below average at 1.7%. While traditional manufacturing is still important in the area, the retail sector, tourism and public services are now more important employers. Despite the decline in manufacturing, in terms of business output per head in 2005, the area is still ranked in the top third of economic (NUT3) areas in Scotland. Around 40 per cent of this business is estimated to be conducted with overseas countr...