The Secretary Commerce also highlighted the importance of regional integration and suggested that both sides should work closely for effective implementation of the Quadrilateral Traffic in Transit Agreement (QTTA) by removing the bottle-necks
and disseminating the information among the business community.
The secretary discussed the removal of bottle-necks
Mattias Grammling, said, "our partnership with IFC will help eliminate the bottle-necks
on loan acquisitions and enable us provide growth opportunities for lower income clients to foster job creation and economic growth."
After the recent fare hike, at this end of the East Lancs Road at least, I've noticed even more empty buses snarling up the box junctions at the city centre bottle-necks
Summary: Britain's most congested roads are bottle-necked
for an average of more than 12 hours a day, it has been revealed.
If you at least try and keep the yellow box junctions clear then traffic from opposite directions can get through these 'bottle-necks
I rather liked that idea, but felt that the usefulness of the Web site would be considerably constrained if it were bottle-necked
through an overworked Web master or site editor.
* Long chambers for all bottle-necked
case cartridges stretch and over-work the brass case.
Listing what he terms "bottle-necks
" that affect the economy, Lindsey declared that, "I am not surprised that we had a recession, but that we had a mild one." And he believes that the economy is more resilient than anyone thought.
He also directed the Secretary Health to remove the administrative bottle-necks
and provide staff in the hospitals against the vacant posts at the hospitals and dispensaries under the control of Sindh government.
It is bottle-necked
for an average of 90 hours a week, according to a survey by navigation company TomTom.