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He feared that the fall in FDI was likely to adversely affect the country's economic growth, therefore, the government should adopt remedial measures in the upcoming investment policy to attract foreign investment.
It is inhumane, cruel, degrading, and unlawful, and, most worryingly, it is likely to adversely affect the mental and physical health of underage detainees.
We are concerned that the situation could continue to deteriorate as lower recovery rates and declining ore grades in Buryatia are likely to adversely affect total cash costs.
Toddlers with autism are missing rich social information imparted by these cues, and this is likely to adversely affect the course of their development," the expert added.
s filing Friday of a registration statement with the government to raise up to 300 billion yen in capital via a public stock sale to stabilize its financial base -- a move that is likely to adversely affect shareholders.
This customer dispute is also likely to adversely affect revenue and profitability in the first half of the next financial year.
Meanwhile, mental health charity Mind lists artificial flavourings and preservatives, chocolate, coffee, eggs, milk or wheat products, oranges and sugar as most likely to adversely affect people's moods.
Now Portsmouth's three-man management team must determine whether the threat of a ban is likely to adversely affect a player handed his Premiership debut by Sir Bobby Robson and desperate to remind a capacity St James's Park crowd of his talents.