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Inspector General Frontier Corps Major General Obedullah Khan congratulating FC personnel deployed for security of the project, officials of Oil Company and people of Balochistan said that this project would help resolve energy problems of Balochistan besides economic prosperity of the people.
Summary: The creation of new job opportunities is key to achieving economic prosperity, said Mohammad Choucair, president of the Chamber of Commerce, Agriculture and Industry Friday.
Summary: Granada - Morocco is an "important" partner of the European Union in maintaining security, achieving political stability and boosting economic prosperity, President of the Andalusian Autonomous Government JosE[umlaut] Antonio Grinan said Saturday in Granada.
People in the Leeds City Region are set to benefit from a new partnership that will help boost economic prosperity and quality of life for local people and close financial inequalities across England.
Our process is based on work done by Kevin Stolarick, of the Martin Prosperity Institute, a think tank that studies economic prosperity.
Peter Watt, Labour Party General Secretary, said: "I would like to thank Lord Sainsbury for his long standing and unstinting support for the Labour Party and our goals of combining social justice with economic prosperity for everyone.
Obesity is the cost of economic prosperity, McMaster University Professor Sonia Anand offers in a comment article, Canadian Medical Association Journal, Oct.
The number of holiday celebrations in December 2005 far exceeded the past few years, and it's a clear indication that economic prosperity and a feeling of optimism is prevalent for 2006.