Other key factors
included the economy (19%), immigration (15%), and education (11%).
POOR management decisions and the last Labour government's light-touch regulatory regime were key factors
in the near-collapse of Royal Bank of Scotland, according to a long-awaited report by the City watchdog.
A long-awaited report by the City watchdog says poor management decisions were a key factor
in the near-collapse of Royal Bank of Scotland.
Another key factor
for committee effectiveness is the development of a series of core beliefs, which serve as a guide for decision-making and to ensure that all members of the committee share common values and assumptions.
A key factor
is having the parts on hand needed to fix the equipment.
Playmaker: A key factor
in the title game will be Desert's ability to contain Ontario Christian running back Drew Robinson (2,115 rushing yards, 42 touchdowns).
To illustrate this key factor
for tape pricing, for example, consider the following configuration.
If the variability of mortality caused by this factor is sufficiently large, it can be confirmed that the factor is a key factor
These investments were the second key factor
in our industry's growth -- and in the broad-based growth that manufacturing experienced during this time.
A key factor
in this shift is the degree and quality of institutional support that will allow these changes to take place.
The problem is, however, that the specific ways the concept of key factors
is translated into certain statistical indices to identify such factors (henceforth, the key factor
indices) do not live up to the principle.
Young: Knowledge of the codes is probably the key factor
, and Brad's firm did an exceptional job of code review.