High-Growth

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High-Growth

Describing a company, stock, economy or anything else performing better, or expected to perform better, than its industry, the wider market, or other economies. High-growth stocks may generate significant wealth in a short period of time, but are at risk of over-heating and undergoing a price correction. See also: Growth stock, Growth fund.
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Performance Coatings achieved considerable growth in high growth markets and benefitted from the acquisitions made last year," said Wijers.
"We've got fewer businesses in some of the sectors where there is a lot of high growth business - high-tech industry and the fast growing service industry.
Despite the outstanding performance in the second quarter, HTC does not expect high growth in sales in the third quarter, and will not introduce innovative models of smart phones in the third quarter but focus on selling high-tier models as Desire, Legend, EVO and Incredible.
The Plus-quoted company's HiQ Index, designed to map the percentage of high growth businesses in each of the UK's local authority areas, has revealed that gazelle companies make up 6% of Cheshire's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
"This means that it is our core business, which has been identified as a high growth area," he said.
Since 2001, Labor has spent nearly $900 million on the High Growth Job Training Initiative (High Growth), Community-Based Job Training Initiative (Community Based), and the Workforce Innovation in Regional Economic Development (WIRED).
"Academic preparation is critical, given that many of the projected high growth job openings in Arkansas will require a 2-year college degree or more.
Here three leading international experts on firm growth combine forces and thousands of data points to examine the conceptual and empirical complexity of the firm growth phenomenon, growth aspirations and motivation, and patterns and determinants of actual growth, Specific topics include the relation of growth to entrepreneurship, challenges in the study of firm growth, methodological considerations and empirical results, expectations of new entrepreneurs and managers, sustainability of performance, becoming the high growth firm, and a case study of contributions to employment by high-growth Swedish firms.
As a result of the huge pent-up demand in China for both consumer goods and capital goods, it should not be difficult for the government to sustain a high growth rate indefinitely.
Funding for the project comes through President Bush's High Growth Job Training Initiative, a strategic effort to prepare workers to take advantage of new and increasing job opportunities in high-growth, high-demand and economically vital sectors of the American economy.
To bolster the pool of qualified workers, ETA offers competitive grant money through the President's High Growth Job Training Initiative to organizations that provide employment training and career development resources in these industries.
And Labor Department officials expressed interest in continuing a dialogue on this issue, adding that the hospitality industry, with its close ties to meetings and conventions, is 1 of 12 sectors identified as part of the administration's "High Growth Job Training Initiative." The initiative was launched on Labor Day 2003 to prepare workers to take advantage of new and increasing job opportunities in high-growth, high-demand sectors of the U.S.