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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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"Google is launching Project Link to bring faster, more reliable Internet to the places and people that need it," Google said.
According to Mashable, Google revealed that it has already wired up Kampala, the capital of Uganda, using Project Link:
ISLAMABAD, July 03, 2010 (Balochistan Times): After accomplishment of 50 per cent, construction work on Margalla Avenue project link 3rd avenue to Bari Imam complex has been stopped because the authorities concerned have declared the project security risk.
The roads included in the project link several villages in the interior, tourism destinations and economic centers.
The first tool is called PROJECT LINK. It allows a lead SME to develop a network of suppliers and involve clients all the way through development and into manufacture.
A Google Africa blog post says the search engine giant's Project Link is designed to build a "super-fast, high-capacity fibre network to enable local mobile operators or internet service providers (ISP) to connect people in Kampala to faster and reliable internet".
The project links Sheikh Zayed Road to the road leading to the Joint Command and Staff College and also links it to Muroor Street through a dual carriageway designed to ease traffic.