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Moreover, the Chinese economy will continue to decelerate in 2016, further dampening the commodity market and as a result hurting commodity exporters.
The 'i-ELOOP' efficiently converts a vehicle's kinetic energy into electricity as it decelerates, and uses the electricity to power the vehicle's climate control, audio system, and other electrical components.
i-ELOOP' efficiently converts the vehicle's kinetic energy into electricity as it decelerates, and uses the electricity to power the climate control, audio system and numerous other electrical components.
Prices have gone up substantially and they're starting to decelerate to the point that everyone's saying, maybe it's over right now.
Among the various insulation materials, foamed plastics are projected to enjoy the best growth prospects through 2006, although even for these materials, gains will decelerate from the 1992-2001 period.
Although private consumption is projected to pick up in 1994, the growth of domestic demand may decelerate as public and business investment are likely to decline from the current high levels.
In a newly released report by Dell'Oro Group, growth rates for the worldwide Optical Transport market will decelerate over the next two years.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-December 12, 2012--US credit union performance to decelerate, according to report(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 12, 2012--US credit union performance to decelerate, according to report(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Summary: The Traffic and Patrol Department of the Ras Al Khaimah Police saved an Emirati motorist who could not decelerate or stop his four-wheel drive whose cruise control mechanism developed a snag while moving at a speed of 120kph on Emirates Road on Tuesday night.