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Project link

An econometric model forecasting and describing the effects of changes in different economies on other economies.

Project Link

A system used to estimate the impact that the economy in one country has on the economies in other countries. For example, project link would seek to establish the relationship that significant GDP growth in China has on GDP growth (or lack thereof) elsewhere. See also: Globalization.
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The project links Muharraq's historical souq with a waterfront and related services, such as recreational, tourism, and commercial facilities.
The Blue Stream project links Turkey to Russia with a gas pipeline, the project also includes the construction of a nuclear power plant.
5 million housing units in different Iraqi provinces with a total cost of $25 billion, in addition to another project links Iraqi ports with Turkey, Syria and Jordan with $8 billion, Iraqi housing minister said on Saturday.
The pounds 657m M74 completion project links the end of the existing M74 with the M8 at the Kingston Bridge.
The project links Wales with regions in France, Germany, Bulgaria, Catalonia, Latvia and Slovakia.
The fibre facility project links Alaska to the Pacific Northwest.
The GENADDICT Integrated Project links eight leading public and private research organisations and is coordinated by Professor Ian Kitchen, of the University of Surrey.
The project links up with the Commission's Information Society DG which is leading research in this area (covered by the "Networked Audiovisual Systems and Home Platforms" thematic priority of the EU's Sixth Framework Programme for Research).
The project links with one that was previously funded by the province along Hightway 11 and means that motorists travelling along Highway 17 between Kenora and Thunder Bay, or from Kenora to Fort Frances to Thunder Bay along Highway 11 will have cellular service throughout the trip.
75 million TriNet Project links about 600 measurement stations throughout the Southland to transmit immediate data to quake experts and emergency agencies.
The Loma Linda Connected Community Project links residents, businesses and government to a citywide fiber-optic network unlike any in the United States.
Minister Aridi for his part confirmed that "this developmental project links between Shouf casa and Aalay, thus it creates a bond between the region's inhabitants.