- n. Plural form of complementarity.
“complementarities" between the SA economy and those of its neighbours, particularly in agro-processing, textiles and clothing, and in future, metal processing.”
“A deep theoretical understanding and the actual application of even just one of these social principles clearly shows the reciprocity, complementarities and interconnectedness that is part of their structure.”
“This is exactly the complementarities/capital investment argument.”
“It is testimony to our economic complementarities and to the links built over the years by the Australian and Chinese business communities.”
“Firstly, Australia and China share strong and growing economic complementarities.”
“Our economic relationship is founded on enduring economic complementarities.”
“… The key today is consumption complementarities — activities that are not only enjoyable, but are more enjoyable when shared with a spouse.”
“Africa is a continent of nearly a billion people of over 50 countries, where the economic complementarities are very stark: minerals and petroleum resources, agriculture, and environmental management issues.”
“And there is a lot of economic and other complementarities between Australia and Africa; in some of the areas that Bernard mentioned, our world class capacity in education which sees very many African students being attracted to Australia.”
“There is much work ahead of us if we are to make the most of our economic complementarities and shared interests.”
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