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Since 2005, National Disability Institute and its Real Economic Impact (REI) Network of more than 900 partners in more than 100 cities nationwide have helped 1.
Unlocking sites with growth potential will lead to jobs and investment and it is hoped by encouraging private sector backing in these areas will lead to real economic impact.
Coviello noted the recent attacks against US banks as an example of how corporate reputations can suffer from cyber intrusion, leading to real economic impact.
One very real economic impact on employers is that they have to fork out more and more for relocation benefits in areas where workforce housing is slim, like New Hampshire.
He added the caveat however that there could be "a real economic impact," even in his industry, if economy storminess said.
It could unlock the talent that we all know exists among the youth of Wales, talent that should be making a real economic impact on their communities.
The evaluation report makes it clear that the events have reached out to both existing and new audiences and that there has been a real economic impact across the region.
lt;graphic omitted> Commentary It would be unfair to suggest that the fiscal stimulus legislation could have any real economic impact in the few weeks since it was signed by the president.