ORLIC

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ORLICOld Republic Life Insurance Co. (Chicago, IL)
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'They irreparably destroy our nature and the rivers we grew up with, and they are actually part of our identity,' said Orlic, assessing as the positive the fact that no permits have been issued for the construction of hydropower plants on the Buna because it is one of the most beautiful Bosnian rivers.
Orlic D, Kajstura J, Chimenti S, Jakoniuk I, Anderson SM, Li B, et al.
As part of the initiative, partners work together to design and implement innovative cross-sectoral projects including the application of theory and cutting-edge technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and Big Data (Urbancic & Orlic, 2016).
Orlic, 2002: Adriatic water masses, their rates of formation and transport through the Otranto Strait.
Kersan-Skabic and Orlic (2007) investigated countries in Central and Eastern Europe and found that the important FDI determinants consist of traditional variables (GDP and openness), the development of infrastructure, and the level of corruption, tax rates and negotiations.
In addition to the ability to differentiate into various cell types, including heart cells, they can also stimulate angiogenesis (Eisenberg, Moreno, and Markwald, 2005; Orlic, Kajstura, Chimenti et al., 2001), which explains the potential of a broad clinical application of stem cells in cardiology.
(1.) Orlic D, Kajstura J, Chimenti.s Limana F, Jakoniuk I, Quaini F et al.
Jeon and Rhee (2008), Maniam (2007), Skabic, and Orlic (2007), and Rodriguez and Pallas (2008), Mukherjee (2008) explained the determinants of FDI using market size, labour costs, labour skills, openness risk, macroeconomic and political stability.