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1 I, 2. 2 | can be seen in the rapid **growth** in the new Member States –
2 I, 2. 2 | in the world. Whereas the **growth** rates of international arrivals
3 I, 2. 3 | of migration on overall **growth** varies very much by country,
4 I, 2. 3 | of the overall population **growth**. In the European Union,
5 I, 2. 4 | have contributed to higher **growth** and more jobs. Still, more
6 I, 2. 4 | calculation of the annual **growth** rate of GDP per capita at
7 I, 2. 4 | of different sizes. The **growth** rate is calculated from
8 I, 2. 4 | movements will not inflate the **growth** rate. Table 2.1 provides
9 I, 2. 4 | provides an overview of the **growth** rate of real GDP over the
** 10** I, 2. 4 | fact that a steady economic **growth** has been experienced in
11 I, 2. 4 | varying downward.~ ~Table 2.1. **Growth** rate of real gross domestic
12 I, 2. 5 | organising productive work.~ ~**Growth** of the service sector. A
13 I, 2. 5 | of migration on overall **growth** very much varies by country,
14 I, 2. 5 | In other words, current **growth** is skill-biased in developed
15 I, 2. 5 | categories, recorded the highest **growth** of all occupations in the
16 I, 2. 7 | for creativity, economic **growth** and social conflict. In
17 I, 2. 7 | analyzing opportunities for **growth**, coming to terms with compromises
18 I, 2. 7 | integration and sustainable **growth**. The five main themes explored -
19 I, 2. 8 | Due to both population **growth** and economic growth, energy
** 20** I, 2. 8 | population growth and economic **growth**, energy consumption and
21 I, 2. 10. 4| European Customs, a 384% **growth** versus 2005(14). It is likely
22 I, 3. 2 | 3.2. Population **growth** and migration~ ~During the
23 I, 3. 2 | past, natural population **growth** (i.e. the number of births
24 I, 3. 2 | recently the share of natural **growth** is diminishing. Immigration
25 I, 3. 2 | driving force of population **growth** in the EU.~ ~ ~In 1960,
26 I, 3. 2 | overall world population **growth** was substantially larger
27 I, 3. 2 | larger than the population **growth** in EU27. In the foreseeable
28 I, 3. 2 | projections of world population **growth** indicate a declining share
29 I, 3. 2 | 490 million.~ ~Population **growth** within the EU has different
** 30** I, 3. 2 | had positive population **growth** in the last few years. In
31 I, 3. 2 | the largest population **growth** was in Ireland (+11%), while
32 I, 3. 2 | variation in population **growth** in the various Member States
33 I, 3. 2 | Sweden will see a population **growth** between 10 and 15%, France,
34 I, 3. 2 | past, natural population **growth** (the number of births minus
35 I, 3. 2 | recently the share of natural **growth** has been diminishing. In
36 I, 3. 2 | most important population **growth** factor. Immigration is currently
37 I, 3. 2 | driving force of population **growth** in the EU and this has of
38 I, 3. 2 | show diminishing natural **growth** and ultimately negative
39 I, 3. 2 | ultimately negative population **growth**. The situation in the twelve
** 40** I, 3. 2 | the total EU population **growth** as several of the new Member
41 I, 3. 2 | already have negative natural **growth** at the moment (i.e. a higher
42 I, 3. 2 | Malta where positive natural **growth** continues together with
43 I, 3. 2 | low or negative population **growth**. The Slovak Republic still
44 I, 3. 2 | positive natural population **growth** although small, while the
45 I, 3. 2 | experience negative natural **growth**. The ‘lowest low’ fertility
46 I, 3. 2 | decrease in population, **growth** is currently due to only
47 I, 3. 2 | of the overall population **growth**. In the European Union,
48 I, 3. 3 | slowing down of population **growth** in the E.U. leads to shifts
49 I, 3. 3 | average, the overall annual **growth** of the old-age dependency
** 50** I, 3. 3 | Italy with an average annual **growth** of 2%, followed by Portugal (
51 I, 3. 3 | Germany. Whereas the annual **growth** varied from 0.6% to 1.0%
52 I, 3. 3 | the highest average annual **growth** rates from 2005 to 2049.
53 I, 3. 3 | countries with the lowest **growth** rates are again Sweden (
54 II, 4. 1 | ensuring sustainable economic **growth**, full employment and greater
55 II, 4. 1 | group of countries, the **growth** in life expectancy hardly
56 II, 4. 1 | countries. A second group, where **growth** in life expectancy slowed
57 II, 4. 2 | approach an upper limit to the **growth** in life expectancy. Since
58 II, 4. 2 | approach an upper limit to the **growth** in life expectancy, which
59 II, 4. 3 | Council: Working together for **growth** and jobs. A new start for
** 60** II, 5. 2. 1| decades, mainly due to a **growth** in the elderly population,
61 II, 5. 7. 1| insufficiency that affect **growth** as well as development.~ ~
62 II, 9 | pre-eclampsia and fetal **growth** restriction. Parity also
63 II, 9. 1. 1| stillbirths associated with foetal **growth** restriction (De Galan-Roosen
64 II, 9. 1. 1| babies born at term with **growth** restriction; all these groups
65 II, 9. 1. 1| hearing impairments and poor **growth**. However, even babies born
66 II, 9. 1. 1| pregnancy, such as intrauterine **growth** restriction or preterm birth–
67 II, 9. 1. 1| effect of plurality and **growth** on neonatal outcome compared
68 II, 9. 1. 2| pre-eclampsia and fetal **growth** restriction. Parity also
69 II, 9. 2. 1| development include physical **growth**, cognitive transitions,
** 70** II, 9. 2. 1| influences both physical **growth** and cognitive development.
71 II, 9. 2. 3| menstrual regularity and **growth** (Pesa 1999). There also
72 II, 9. 2. 7| Hales CN (2005): Fetal **growth** and adult diseases. Semin
73 II, 9. 3. 1| bone acquisition during **growth** or bone loss during adulthood.
74 II, 9. 3. 2| effect of plurality and **growth** on neonatal outcome compared
75 II, 9. 4. 1| contributed to economic **growth** and the public health budget
76 II, 9. 5. 3| on the developmental and **growth** environment of the next
77 II, 9. 5. 4| development and economic **growth**.~ ~Gender Equality Impact
78 III, 10. 2. 1| of asthma~- Impaired lung **growth** and increased risk of respiratory
79 III, 10. 2. 1| Preterm delivery~- Foetal **growth** restrictions and low birth weight~-
** 80** III, 10. 2. 1| complicated further by a **growth** of online pharmaceutical
81 III, 10. 2. 1| During the 1997-2004 period, **growth** was constrained by increased
82 III, 10. 2. 1| needs, continues to spur **growth** in developed markets. In
83 III, 10. 2. 1| expected to drive the sector’s **growth** in the medium term.~ ~
84 III, 10. 2. 1| impaired mental development and **growth** in children, lower resistance
85 III, 10. 2. 1| or higher needs as during **growth** or pregnancy. Bioavailability
86 III, 10. 2. 1| requiring special care. **Growth** induces increased requirements
87 III, 10. 2. 1| whereas the average annual **growth** rate of gross human apparent
88 III, 10. 2. 1| 2.1.7.6. Average annual **growth** rate of gross human apparent
89 III, 10. 2. 1| Temporal trends in fetal **growth** and its determinants. Journal
** 90** III, 10. 2. 4| Lisbon Strategy for more **growth**. Biotechnology is seen as
91 III, 10. 2. 5| 2005): Trajectories of **growth** among children who have
92 III, 10. 2. 5| DJP (2006): Patterns of **growth** among children who later
93 III, 10. 3. 1| of noise exposure is the **growth** in traffic and the increase
94 III, 10. 3. 2| without impeding on industrial **growth** and development.~ ~Beyond
95 III, 10. 4. 1| cities is the continuing **growth** in road transport. Although
96 III, 10. 4. 1| Europe, despite the economic **growth**, legislation on air quality,
97 III, 10. 4. 1| economic recovery and the **growth** in transport since 2000
98 III, 10. 4. 1| symptoms and lung function **growth** in children. A study conducted
99 III, 10. 4. 1| suitable environment for the **growth** of micro-organisms (mould,
**100** III, 10. 4. 2| baseline studies, bacterial **growth** and survival studies, dose
101 III, 10. 4. 2| random~sampling~ ~EC, 1996~ ~**Growth** promoting~substances (naturally~
102 III, 10. 4. 2| levels of~exposure, natural **growth**~promoters have no effect;~
103 III, 10. 4. 2| effects,~headache, dizziness;~**growth** retardation~immunosuppressive,~
104 III, 10. 4. 5| goals and the continued **growth** in waste generation which
105 III, 10. 4. 5| generation. Since economic **growth** is the predominant policy
106 III, 10. 4. 5| economic activity. Economic **growth** has proven to be a much
107 III, 10. 4. 5| experienced significant **growth** in imports and exports since
108 III, 10. 4. 5| main drivers of economic **growth** in the EU-15. In the three
109 III, 10. 5. 1| time, the development and **growth** of settlements has played
**110** III, 10. 5. 1| which may lead to mould **growth**. However, there is very
111 III, 10. 5. 1| dampness and indoor mould **growth** should be avoided, and the
112 III, 10. 5. 3| psychological exhaustion.~ ~**Growth** of the service sector~A
113 III, 10. 5. 3| experiencing negative natural **growth**, migration represents an
114 III, 10. 5. 3| In other words, current **growth** is skill-biased in developed
115 III, 10. 5. 3| categories, recorded the highest **growth** of all occupations in the
116 IV, 11. 3. 1| suggested that the level and **growth** rate of physician density
117 IV, 11. 3. 2| pattern of health expenditure **growth** was seen in most European
118 IV, 11. 3. 2| because of the relatively high **growth** rate seen since data records
119 IV, 11. 3. 2| shown in Table 11.7, the **growth** in spending on pharmaceuticals
**120** IV, 11. 3. 2| slowed overall expenditure **growth**.~ ~In containing pharmaceutical
121 IV, 11. 3. 2| Recent years have seen a **growth** in initiatives focusing
122 IV, 11. 3. 2| 181.8bn in 2006. However, **growth** rates of all other regions,
123 IV, 11. 5. 5| maximize the impact in the **growth** of organ donation rates
124 IV, 11. 5. 7| transplantation. Since the potential **growth** in the supply appears to
125 IV, 11. 6. 1| 2005, outpacing the 37% **growth** in GDP per capita. In 1970,
126 IV, 11. 6. 1| faced continual expenditure **growth** there have been no signs
127 IV, 11. 6. 1| stabilization of healthcare spending **growth** in many countries in the
128 IV, 11. 6. 1| reflect success in controlling **growth** in health care expenditure
129 IV, 11. 6. 1| expenditure but rather economic **growth**. For example, in Ireland,
**130** IV, 11. 6. 1| example, in Ireland, economic **growth** of 8.8% in the 1990s explains
131 IV, 11. 6. 1| healthcare expenditure **growth** slowed in the 1990s as severe
132 IV, 11. 6. 1| period of relatively little **growth**, many central and Eastern
133 IV, 11. 6. 1| clearly shows the consistent **growth** across the region; most
134 IV, 11. 6. 1| explanations for the continued **growth** in healthcare expenditure
135 IV, 11. 6. 1| the healthcare investment **growth** seen in the countries that
136 IV, 11. 6. 2| accountability and contribute to the **growth** in corruption in many CEE
137 IV, 12. 1 | major driver of economic **growth** and competitiveness frontiers.
138 IV, 13. 3 | under the Lisbon strategy, **growth** has picked up and jobs are
139 IV, 13. 3 | crisis. Moreover, healthy **growth** and job creation do not
**140** IV, 13. 4 | generation. The Guidelines for **Growth** and Jobs call for more investments
141 IV, 13. 7. 2| considerable. Facilitating the **growth** of lead markets is an approach
142 IV, 13. 7. 2| leading to higher levels of **growth** and employment. Given the
143 IV, 13. 7. 2| contribution to the EU's **growth** and jobs strategy. To accelerate
144 IV, 13. 7. 3| research area of knowledge for **growth**”. The programme has been