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The online retail sector consists of the total revenues generated through the sale of retail goods via online channels, valued at retail selling price.
In the early 1990s, for instance, India's nascent offshore sector was hobbled by unreliable phone and Internet connections.
I wished then that the government would listen to the private sector so that everyone could make money.
This represents an increase in giving to the health sector of 8.
The northern economy has always depended on the kind of investments and planning that the private sector just can not do.
In the meantime, both the CCP and the NVO will continue their programs to provide value to members, coalitions and partners and the broader voluntary sector and other stakeholders.
One element of the sectors has not yet been decided by the MTA board of directors: the local sector governance councils.
It argues that the regime has nurtured and encouraged tourism through a guided liberalization of the sector, and a 'carrot-and-stick' approach to the economic actors and elites most active and visible in the industry.
In 1986, the Colorado Rehabilitation Association (CRA) noted that over one-half of its 200 members were employed in private sector rehabilitation, and they were losing members to other professional association groups.
In what ways is rehabilitation in the private sector similar to and different from the state-federal VR program, particularly taking into account public-private differences in clients served and mandated goals of service?
Again, adverse developments in this sector predate the recession.
By comparison, the commercial sector outside the U.