Definitions

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  • adverb By sectors

Etymologies

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From sectoral +‎ -ly

Examples

  • They will be geographically distributed and sectorally diversified.

    Korea Pension Fund Targets Alternative Assets

  • Of these three areas, the biggest challenge - but the one with the greatest potential long-term impact - is on the sectorally, where the objective should be to quickly at least double the size and the impact of our nation's manufacturing sector.

    Leo Hindery, Jr.: "Better Than Nothing" -- But We Need Much More When it Comes to Creating Jobs

  • Although Britain is by no means unique in seeing manufacturing decline as a share of the economy, all parties accept that there is a need for growth to be better balanced, both sectorally and geographically.

    Innovation will get the economy moving

  • Take the steps needed to 'rebalance' the U.S. economy: (i) sectorally, back toward manufacturing; (ii) regionally, in order to smooth the vast geographic disparities which exist today; and (iii) in favor of private (instead of public) sector growth.

    Leo Hindery, Jr.: "Better Than Nothing" -- But We Need Much More When it Comes to Creating Jobs

  • Savitri Erans would find it right that there is nothing wrong in being sectorally representative and wooing the support of core constituents.

    Ethnification of the party system

  • Savitri Erans would find it right that there is nothing wrong in being sectorally representative and wooing the support of core constituents.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Industrial complexes of sectorally-related firms have been successful for the past several decades in overall pollution reduction in industries such as pulp and paper, sugarcane, textiles, and plastics.

    Industrial symbiosis

  • Just as economic clusters have come to mean a group of businesses that are sectorally related by the products they make and use, such as the furniture cluster in central North Carolina in th USA, the term 'eco-industrial clusters' is sometimes used to describe environmental interactions among firms in the same or related industries.

    Industrial symbiosis

  • Some of these challenges are analysed sectorally or thematically, but they are all interlinked.

    Interlinkages~ environment and policy web in Africa

  • Answer: Peter Jaszi said that best practices, sectorally, were a big part of the answer.

    Orphan Works, Panel 2, part 2

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