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PEST a framework used by business strategists to identify those factors operating in the ‘outer’ (macro) environment of a firm which impinge upon its activities and profitability in addition to factors affecting its immediate product MARKETS. PEST has four elements: political (e.g. the UK government's policy on joining the EURO-zone); economic (e.g. recession/boom conditions. See BUSINESS CYCLE); social (e.g. DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES) and technological (e.g. the impact of the INTERNET). See BUSINESS STRATEGY.
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Veterinary experts believe the fowl pest
- Newcastle Disease - was brought from eastern Europe by migrating birds, and was then spread by local wild birds.
Fourteen and a half million chickens, ducks and geese on farms north of the border are to be vaccinated in a bid to stamp out the worst outbreak of fowl pest
for more than 20 years.
We dealt with fowl pests
, swine fever and most of all had to know how to spell Epizootic Lymphangitis, which was said to attack a lot of animals.