Our great brands, tight cost control, product innovations and international market development programmes continue to sustain us against the headwind of weak housing transaction levels - for which prospects are now somewhat better.
What does HW stand for?
HW stands for Headwind
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We have 26 other meanings of HW in our Acronym Attic
- Hard Wired
- Harry Winston (jeweler)
- Harvard-Westlake School (California)
- Harvey Wallbanger (cocktail)
- Hawkwind (band)
- Hayley Westenra (classical soprano from New Zealand)
- Hazardous Waste
Samples in periodicals archive:
In light of the headwinds facing us now, I urge them to reconsider.
It added that "recovery is likely to remain subdued in 2011, as the necessary fiscal tightening and a fading rebound in world trade create headwinds, before picking up again in 2012.
But there are still very substantial global headwinds affecting economies around the world and also affecting the Australian economy in particular.
Chief financial officer Suresh Senapaty said the company expanded margins despite "the headwinds of reduction in volumes.
Polo Ralph Lauren, the luxury goods brand that, like so many other high-end firms, has seen its stock battered by the economic headwinds, is digging in at the trophy 650 Madison Avenue, between 59th and 60th streets.
Headwind recordIt was the fastest run ever into a headwind, and matched the sixth-fastest time in history despite the chilly temperature.
Usain Bolt battled the cold and a headwind, but still managed to come from behind to beat Asafa Powell in a time of 9.