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Added Value

The “tweaking” of a good or service to increase its value—i.e., cost—to the consumer. For diagnostic data, value can be added to the report, by charting a person’s risk of suffering a particular outcome based on their results, or recommend that the patient see a doctor.
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The added-value of manufacturing industries edged down 0.6% during the Q1 of 2019, compared with the same period in 2018, following the 9.6% drop in the production of the agricultural and agro-food industries sectors due to the decline in olive oil production.
Fathom Events and Meteor 17, founded by music and media producer Spencer Proffer, have entered into a long-term "First Look" and production agreement for projects to premiere on the Fathom Events platform, with Proffer serving as the event and added-value content producer.
The report, issued in July, also revealed an increase in the number of companies working in the communications, information technology, and added-value sector over the first three months of this year.
Summary: DUBAI - The Dubai Airport Freezone Authority, or Dafza, has entered into a memorandum of understanding with HSBC on Sunday, which will see the firms offering a range of added-value services to their customers.
Of particular interest were 1) whether they could replicate their earlier PFL (Preparation for Future Learning) results showing that learning benefits persisted for students, "even when no longer supported by the technology"; 2) whether gains would emerge on the standard, basic-value assessments, in addition to their own added-value assessments that focused on the TA's strength of promoting causal reasoning; and 3) whether the learning benefits would be associated with particular student behaviors in the TA system.
This sector now employs more than 20,000 people and 250 jobs are created every week, he said ascribing the consolidation of Call centers activity Morocco to the "strategy of quality, added-value and optimized human resources which are the kingdom's major asset in all telephony and Internet-related jobs." Quoting the findings of a recent study by U.S.
He also wanted to find ways to change NER's product mix away as much as possible from alternative daily cover products to added-value products.
One added-value feature built into Task Force Bastogne consists of a half dozen hazardous material experts from the U.S.
Companies like AgInfoLink had just about gotten the rock of inertia to budge based on the intrinsic added-value opportunities of livestock identification and traceability.
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Latest seed sales figures confirm that UK growers are moving further away from feed varieties in favour of added-value milling wheats suitable for both domestic and export markets.