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(in a business) the total funds invested in an enterprise.
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will contract for the first time in a decade, owing to the downturn and financing constraints.
Businesses there want cuts in taxes on
and property, and sales of public-sector enterprises.
The pace of productivity growth depends on
, improvements in business processes and technological innovation.
is the key to the large-scale commercial implementation of next-generation biofuels.
Low conversion efficiencies mean you need more
for more equipment to produce the same amount of electricity.
Empowering the private sector via the awards of
makes much more sense.
Given the serious
that has been made in the software that already exists today, it can't easily be changed.
If not, those are the areas more likely to support private
and private installations.
Productivity is increased primarily by increasing
, but investment has been decreasing.
, which plays a vital role in the initial funding of new technologies, has also retreated.
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