There is also a big push
for people-friendly digital e-government, with public affairs easily accessible, online passport processing and other marks heralding a coming "age of electronic democracy.
Bolivia's government promises to give foreign trade a big push
, setting an ambitious target to increase exports to the United States fivefold, reaching $1 billion by 2007.
That's the big push
by jack Valenti," explains Schultz, referring to the chief of the Motion Picture Association of America, which supports the extensions.
The big push
this year will be to cut the tax on corporate dividends.
Currently, there is a big push
around the state for music educators to know more about music technology," said Fred Rees, director of the program.
Friends of the Earth GM campaigner Adrian Bebb said: "It's clear that the government is gearing up for a big push
for GM crops.
Carlsberg has been putting on a big push
in Asia, citing rapidly growing populations and increasing GDP.
With the onset of the post-Black Tuesday anthrax incidents, comments the counter-terrorism official, "there has been a big push
to link the anthrax letters to domestic rather than international terrorists.
Andrea Knotts Bona, publisher at commNOW, sees "a big push
to put content on corporate intranets," in effect to adopt internet software protocols as the standard delivery format.
MARK: They gave Windows 2000 a big push
and had their partner pavilions all over the place.
It also plans a big push
into the North American market, where it says a sound start has already been achieved.
The big push
occurred with Freud's increasing dissatisfaction with the cool linearity of his early style in which oil was used like watercolor, a technique that precluded painterly ambition.