This period of undersupply
had eroded stocks, and so the extra supply is now enabling countries such as China to rebuild their stockpiles.
Thesis 4 reveals that a general scarceness in supply of rare earths will not prevail until 2016, instead of that a mixture of oversupply and undersupply
can be expected.
Alpen Capital expects the residential market of Bahrain to see substantial undersupply
in the affordable homes segment as developers continue to focus on the premium segment of the market.
This has resulted in there being both an undersupply
(at the aggregate level) and an oversupply (of expensive units) at the same time.
The foeto-foetal transfusion syndrome affects only monozygotic twins and results in an undersupply
of blood in one twin.
Construction will remain limited in the near term as developers continue to encounter difficulties securing financing and penciling out new projects at current rents, setting the stage for an undersupply
situation and above-trend rent growth beginning in 2012.
saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium) and undersupply
nutrients that help protect against illness (e.
5% compared to 2009--periods of undersupply
are ahead, the firm says.
The report concludes that many of these public goods are undersupplied and that this undersupply
is likely to be accentuated in the future due to threats, such as trends in commodity prices, technological drivers and the impacts of climate change, suggesting the need for a greater degree of public intervention in the future.
Investment bank HC Securities & Investment said Abu Dhabi is expected to have an undersupply
of 75,000 homes by 2011.
This has led to a predicted global undersupply
of 190,000 tonnes in 2010.
This publication from the United Nations Industrial Development Organization examines the provision of public goods and their undersupply
throughout the globe as related to policy and participation in economic markets.