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manufacturing

A generic term referring to all operations of receipt of materials, production, packaging, labelling, relabelling, quality control, release, storage and distribution of active pharmaceutical ingredients and related controls.
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In addition, the changes in the structure of manufacturing industries not only entail expansion and upgrading within existing industries, but also determine the transfer from mass-market commodities to more exclusive ones, developed for specialized applications.
Hall-Roeger tests of market power in Irish manufacturing industries. The Economic and Social Reviews, 35, 289-304.
The industrial survey output point out that the total value of the exports in the manufacturing industries, excluding refined oil and LNG grew by 17% to hit RO.1448 million compared to 2008.
More than 100 participants from UAE's projects and manufacturing industries will be taking part in the event, which will be addressed by a number of experts.
AaAaAa The survey shows that the number of jobs created in the building sector has generally progressed, while they remained unchanged in manufacturing industries and fell down in the energy sector.
* Investments by foreign companies and their affiliates represent more than 15 percent of the total capital invested in these projects, and approach 40 percent of total capital investment in several manufacturing industries.
With the surveyed manufacturing industries also reporting brisk activity levels, the composite current conditions diffusion index advanced to its second highest reading of the year in April; in April 2003, the results were 180-degrees different--the composite diffusion index stood at 38.0, one of the lowest levels of 2003.
Manufacturing industries in other countries, including those in the developed world seem (and it might just be my impression) to benefit from significantly more government support than we receive here.
Changes in exchange rates, shifts in trade policy, and other international developments can significantly influence the profitability and performance of a country's manufacturing industries. To understand and measure the exposure of domestic manufacturing industries to international events, one must first examine the channels that transmit such shocks to production activity and, ultimately, to the economy as a whole.
In manufacturing industries, Computer Numerical Control (CNC), Direct Numerical Control (DNC), and industrial robots greatly increase manufacturing flexibility by controlling parts manufacture through software programming.
Value added of manufacturing industries down 0.8% The value added of manufacturing industries fell 0.8% and 0.2% in Q2 of 2019 compared with the same period in 2018 and Q1 of 2019, respectively.

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