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In the face of the negative impact of the market economy, we have not formed a complete system of social management," Zhou said in a Friday speech to officials reported by the state Xinhua news agency at the weekend.
15, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- A new consumer poll by the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions found that 41 percent of consumers believe health reform will have a positive impact on fostering economic recovery in the United States, while one out of four (25 percent) believe it will have a negative impact.
We confirm the negative impact of the arrests on the peace process that the Afghan government has initiated," said Hirawi, Karzai's deputy spokesman.
``The argument that we've been making all along on this issue is the negative impact this mine would have on our air quality, the significant increase in traffic on local roads and State Route 14 and the negative impact on overall quality of life in the Santa Clarita Valley,'' Murphy said.
But since then, new economic policies in hydro rates and American countervailing duties on lumber, as well as the appreciation of the Canadian dollar vis-a-vis the United States greenback, have had a substantial negative impact that does not bode well for the future.
suggest that pollutant exposure has a negative impact on postnatal lung development.
However, the requirement's dissenters point to the potential negative impact on African Americans as a reason for rejecting it.
the "Company" or "Triad") (NYSE: TRI) today announced that it expects its financial results for the three months ended September 30, 2006, to reflect an increase of approximately $25 million pre-tax to the estimated allowance for doubtful accounts, resulting in a negative impact of approximately $(0.