The political dependence is coupled with economic dependence
All three firms had faced problems over economic dependence
, which they had tried to resolve.
The people of Okinawa suffer mightily by the base presence in many ways, and the island prefecture cannot shake off its economic dependence
upon the bases.
Periods of decline in demand for steel made Sydney's residents fully aware of the town's economic dependence
Exemptions from tariff and domestic support reductions should be revised to take into account relative economic dependence
and poverty rather than relying solely on the static and somewhat arbitrary country categories of developed, developing, and least developed.
And while Kosashvili hardly approves of love-squelching traditional ways, he sympathetically portrays their proponents' claim for even the most sophisticated modern conscience, especially when tied not only to close relationships but with economic dependence
It has become the world's largest manufacturer of newsprint, and Iroquois Falls is attempting to break free of its economic dependence
on the company.
If the United States is in a recession, Mexico will be too--because of its economic dependence
on the former.
Far from enslaving peasants to ever more expensive seeds sold by monopolistic Western corporations, GM crops have liberated generations of dirt farmers from both economic dependence
and destructive agricultural practices.
A significant aspect in this study is the Arab economic dependence
on Jews and their resultant weakening position in Israeli society.
It cut its economic dependence
on Yugoslavia by declaring the German mark legal tender alongside the Yugoslav dinar.
Generally, individuals are not employees of an association where they have no economic dependence
on the association and are not an integral part of the association's operation.