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“The Fishermen's Association established two harvesting cooperatives - known as Sectors - starting in 2004 on Georges Bank.”
“( 'Sectors' in this sense refers to business, government, civil society, academia, etc.)”
“Sectors currently staffed predominately by younger workers -- such as retail and accommodations/food services -- will see a change in the demographics of their workforce as the population ages in coming years.”
“Sectors most sensitive to the business cycle — such as retail and manufacturing — did best at first, then faded as the economy's growth slowed and investors turned to more defensive plays like telecommunications.”
“Getty Images Sectors such as health care and finance have increased the value they add as a share of U.S.”
“Sectors such as banks, metals, realty rebounded sharply as derivatives traders covered their short positions before the weekend, said Kishor Ostwal, managing director at CNI Research Ltd.”
“Mr. Duret: Sectors benefiting from this trend are specialty chemicals and health-care services, and CITV (certification, inspection, verification and testing), which plays an increasingly important role in assuring quality.”
“Sectors dominated by the private sector like retail and banking are doing great, while the sectors that depend on the government like energy and infrastructure are doing poorly," he said.”
“Sectors accounting for more than 50 percent of the E.U. carbon pollution are already covered by firm limits.”
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