In the GCC, where participation rate typically stands at 50 percent, and unemployment especially among young nationals - even prior to the crisis - is disproportionally
high, adopting flexible employment could better address current labour woes but also prepare for unpredictable future turbulences.
Through a sale & lease-back type of transaction property owners may reduce their debt financing disproportionally
by selling the land.
These findings provide further evidence that there is a subset of T2DM patients with a disproportionally
higher number of LDL particles, despite having LDL-C levels that would be considered normal or low," said Bob Honigberg, M.
Black communities are disproportionally
vulnerable to natural disasters, and significantly less likely to be prepared than their white counterparts.
This innovative program allows management of this risk in a proactive way, so as to avoid shifts in government spending that might affect public services or the need to increase tariffs, both of which disproportionally
affects the poor.
Incentives from Ankara disproportionally
benefit large-scale farmers and producers, with small family farms receiving only marginal subsidies.
The burden of type 2 diabetes disproportionally
affects these groups.
In an address to a parliamentary reception he added: "The effects of economic austerity and cutbacks are already being felt disproportionally
by the most vulnerable.
The Millennium Development Goals Report 2009, launched last week by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, found that the global financial crisis is exacerbating negative social, economic and political trends in the Western Asian region, where a disproportionally
low number of girls attend school and prospects of paid work for women are meager.
affects minority children and children living below poverty level
A bag tax increases the cost of daily necessities and disproportionally
burdens those who can least afford it.
For 2014 target liquidations are disproportionally
larger in these three areas.