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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- We're certainly not underinvesting in these areas.
- The company admitted that it has underinvested in analogue while the changeover was taking place and that this had caused some problems.
- Supplies of many metals have been unusually tight in recent years, as miners have underinvested in or shut down production.
- And so what we have is a situation where men are really underinvesting in themselves.
- The problems with the public services are that they are underinvested in, but they are also not based around the needs of the individual consumer.
- ‘The world is underinvested in innovative services that try to bring something new to consumers and to advertisers,’ Pincus says.
- Well, health care underinvests in information technology.
- The private sector generally underinvests in this type of R&D because it cannot capture all the benefits.
- The departments in which administrators underinvest are generally those whose faculty teach more undergraduates, but do not bring in external funds.
- Previous management had underinvested in Europe for years while waiting for a major acquisition, resulting in unsustainable earnings that would take up to three years to turn around.
- Both findings indicate that from a social standpoint the private sector underinvests in R & D, making a case for government policy measures to promote private investment in innovation.
- First, highly variable cash flows imply that there will be periods when a firm will underinvest in worthwhile projects.
- In addition, health care has heavily underinvested in information technology compared with other enterprises.
- Mackney added, ‘If governments underinvest in education or health the service begins to suffer.’
- While further research is needed in every area, it is clear that the UK is currently underinvesting in interventions research.
- We're not going to get caught underinvesting in this area.
- I think process control networks are an area where the public and private sector may be underinvesting.
- The equity and cash allocation means that the fund is likely to be underinvested in bonds.
- Irish businesses in general have underinvested in IT.
- He thinks it's an underinvested sector because the attention hasn't been there.
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