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Table-1 shows the results of factors potentially associated with delays to fast track.
Fast Track apprentice Sarah Landers said; I would recommend the Fast Track to anyone; its such a fantastic opportunity to learn valuable skills and start a career, all the while earning a decent salary.
Sources said that, if the performance of highly educated personnel will remain better till January, then recommendation will be proposed to ministry of Law to approve the law of fast track promotion.
By using fast track from the outset, it is easier to establish confidence with executives, but it can also be implemented at a later stage to re-establish lost credibility caused by programme delays.
At times, trading partners have refused (or at least threatened to refuse) to conclude negotiations with the United States until fast track was in place.
He claimed the CGF recommended Fast Track for the job for its meritorious past record, beyond which it did not have any role to play.
The fast track settlement procedures are available to resolve both factual and legal issues at any time after an issue has been fully developed but before the issuance of a 30-day letter (or its equivalent).
Once FDA grants a Fast Track designation, it encourages the manufacturer to meet with the agency to discuss development plans and strategies before the formal submission of an NDA/BLA.
Fast Track continually move with the times, as their innovative range of products shows.
He believes that 2 or 3 years from now more than half of the large cases will be settled through the Fast Track Settlement process.
A single subscription to Fast Track is $79; multiple-copy and multiple-year discounts are available.
In the meantime, Napster's top successor became the Fast Track network, which allows users to freely exchange music online, download and listen to it on their computers, move it to portable MP3 players, and even burn their own CDs.