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Plastic

A slang term for a credit card, especially when being used to make frivolous or luxurious purchases.
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What is "worrying is the negative growth in gems and jewellery, electronics and plastic goods as domestic capacities are being augmented in these sectors", Ralhan added.
GE's 1-megawatt (MW) Jenbacher J320 natural gas engine will be supplied to Plastpaper's industrial plastic goods factory in the city of Oran.
This growth is expected to be driven by growing popularity of biodegradable plastics in major end-user industries such as packaging, disposable plastic goods and textiles.
And in 1958, The Electroformex Labs began manufacturing plastic goods there, continuing its operations into the 1970s.
Private consumption is set to see the most prominent decline on the back of a sharp slowdown in consumer credit, which will impact negatively on demand for plastic goods and packaging.
The consumption of plastic goods in the wider region is well below that of established markets in absolute terms and in per capita terms.
The UAE and Saudi Arabia in particular have outlined robust industrial development programmes in order to start creating locally manufactured goods in diversified sectors such as consumer appliances, aircraft parts and interiors, plastic goods, industrial machinery, tools dies and moulds etc.
Also, are there any symbols on plastic goods that I should be aware of?
The government has increased import duty facility for plastic and plastic goods this year by 40% to Rp81 billion.
Gigantic separators pick out the cans, plastic goods, metals and glass while vegetable matter is passed to a compost plant for agricultural use.
Eighty-five companies are displaying their products, from food to furniture, from souvenirs to chemicals, from cosmetics to plastic goods, from construction materials to machinery in the fair that will last for four days.
4 mtpy of plastic goods at the park by 2015, generating $4 billion of investment in the process.