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  • At Miss Ollie's, Kirnon plans to continue the style of cooking she used at Hibiscus, which she describes as "market-driven and using the flavors of the African diaspora."

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • New products, services, or processes that arise from a perceived market opportunity—those which involve the use of fairly well-understood technologies in new marketplace settings—can be characterized as market-driven opportunities.

    Profiting From Innovation

  • But the book makes clear that although Berlin's cheap rents and lush art scene provide creative fodder for fledgling labels, individual designers must count on tireless planning to survive in the market-driven world of ready-to-wear fashion.

    The Quiet Rise of Berlin Fashion

  • The government in June lifted state control over gasoline prices and said diesel prices too will be market-driven in the future--but that hasn't happened yet.

    India Official: No Plan to Regulate Gasoline Prices

  • Mr. Noda's call for participating in the negotiations met with fierce resistance in Japan, not just from the heavily protected agricultural sector, but also from professional groups such as doctors and pharmacists, who fear that the treaty would result in the dismantling of Japan's universal health-care system and replace it with a U.S.-style, market-driven one.

    Japan's Free-Trade Move Criticized

  • But she added that introduction of such a rate is "a market-driven initiative and the timing of the introduction depends on the needs of market participants and market conditions."

    Banks Push New Ways to Lend Yuan

  • Or, if he is the nominee and if he is elected, to drive him to reject the RomneyCare model in favor of patient-centered, market-driven health-care reform.

    The GOP and RomneyCare

  • In language that appears to target Chinese policies meant to protect entrepreneurs from foreign competition, APEC leaders agreed to "advance a set of policies to promote effective, non-discriminatory, and market-driven innovation policy."

    APEC to Cut Tariffs on 'Green' Goods

  • In contrast, the Obama administration's new policy positions the U.S. to embrace international efforts to promote more effective development, allowing for the opportunity to shape that open dialogue in a way that reflects American values, such as market-driven approaches to growth.

    Noam Unger: Set to Lead Again? New U.S. Engagement on Global Development

  • But it's not just market-driven players who can benefit: the U.S. may still be stressed by the effects of the Great Recession, but the history of Brazil will tell you that they have faced far worse, and survived, by sheer force of their culture of cool and creative imagination.

    Roberto Ramos: The Brazil Stimulus: Tapping into the Giant to the South for Inspiration and Growth

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