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su·per·struc·ture

(sū'pĕr-strŭk'chūr),
A structure above the surface.

su·per·struc·ture

(sū'pĕr-strŭk'shŭr)
A structure above the surface.

su·per·struc·ture

(sū'pĕr-strŭk'shŭr)
A structure above the surface.
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What that means from a social infrastructure perspective is that people are demanding better standards of living, from better healthcare to better schools to better public spaces around their homes.
Many studies indicated that the social infrastructure had significant relationship with economic development.
Improvement and expansion of social infrastructures such as health and education lays foundation for widespread prosperity.
Due to the growth in demand for social infrastructure and warehousing facilities, specialist real estate investments in the region continue to offer investors appealing returns.
Through the implementation of Gigya's social infrastructure technology, Boyd Gaming has been able to reinvigorate its network of more than half a million registered users, and transform their interaction with Boyd into a fully social experience--one that brings together the best of Boyd's offline and online loyalty programs.
The reorganization and integration brings together technologies and know-how for social infrastructure systems into the new merged company, thereby strengthening the ability to generate solutions.
The fund will invest in social infrastructure, economic infrastructure, renewable energy, electricity transmission and waste-to-energy senior debt executed by Barclays Corporate which has an established track record of originating and managing these assets.
Spending on social infrastructure in Saudi Arabia, including construction of educational and healthcare facilities, is set to surpass $155 billion over the next decade, said an expert, citing official data.
Over the last decade, Whitefield has developed a self-sustaining suburban area with the development of residential projects, modern format retail malls, hotels and other social infrastructure. Development of the International Technology Park Bangalore (ITPB) also placed Whitefield on the global map.
He also announced the government's plan to carry out a number of social infrastructure projects to promote the welfare and prosperity of citizens across the country.
The National Housing Institute (INVI) program is building homes and social infrastructure in 61 communities, benefiting more than 18,500 people, according to CAF.
A second loan, worth 150 million, will support priority investments under theaHungarian national development plan through financing of two sector operational programmes (social renewal and social infrastructure) to be implemented within the Structural Funds programming in 2007-2013.

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