In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The turnaround is evident in Dassault's order books.
- After 18 months, four trainees set-up successfully as self-employed farm workers with full order books from local farmers.
- It is understood the remaining 90 Bradford staff have been told the current order book is likely to sustain the business for less than a month.
- The impact of the deregulation is already evident in the overflowing order books of companies that build power plant equipment.
- The firm's improved results partly reflect a strong order book at Airbus, the main rival to Boeing in the commercial aircraft market.
- The Mini won't be in showrooms until June 2001 (at a price of about stg £10,000, according to early reports), but dealers are already starting order books.
- It reported strong retail sales growth in America and said order books at its wholesale operation in the UK and Europe were good.
- A friend of mine with his own printing business has just told me his order book is up 11%.
- Meanwhile, the A380's order book has been stuck at 154 since last year.
- Fatter order books are postponing the pain of long-term structural change
- We are in a strong position and have a strong order book with lots of business.
- The order book stands at more than 19 billion Pounds, which, together with aftermarket demand, provides visibility as to future activity levels.
- Aside from this relatively stable presence, there was also the growing contingent of commercial travellers who carried order books for English wares that increasingly displaced older sources of supply throughout the continent.
- There are charts by the thousand and rainbow-coloured graphs on exports, imports, order books and employment trends.
- The key to Rolls-Royce's long-term profitability lies not in the current order book, but in the spare part sales that that order book will generate in the long term.
- Despite heightened concerns about domestic competitiveness and the international economic outlook, the survey reports on order books and profitability are conflicting.
- Bulging order books and surging demand create stress, but if you want to know what it is like to take really hard management decisions, wait until recession bites.
- Business is booming across Yorkshire and the Humber with order books filling up faster than anywhere else in the country, according to research published today.
- With order books full, businessmen had little time for critics and were concerned to keep government and the unions at a distance.
- They looked at their current numbers, saw that their order book was full, and believed that everything was terrific.
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