- put again into focus or focus more sharply
"refocus the image until it is very sharp"
- focus once again
"The physicist refocused the light beam"
- focus anew
"The group needs to refocus its goals"
- This will lead BAWAG-PSK to refocus on its core business.
- The new programming period provides a unique opportunity to refocus support from the new EAFRD on growth, jobs and sustainability.
- In March 2005, the European Council considered it vital to relaunch the Lisbon Strategy and to refocus its priorities on growth and employment.
- Consequently, FagorBrandt’s decision to refocus in particular on […] and to develop […] seems consistent with the trend in the various segments and products.
- Priorities for 2006 will refocus certain key actions which have already been initiated, and will also cover the following new areas:
- The purpose of the premium was to compensate producers for the loss of income deriving from their commitment not to claim the registered designation of origin (AOC) ‘Rivesaltes’ and to refocus their production on table wine and ‘vin de pays’.
- The aim of the reorganisation was to refocus IFP’s activities on the general interest mission entrusted to it by the State of supporting research and development in the field of hydrocarbons and new energy and environment technologies.
- More specifically, the Communication on Integrated Product Policy  (IPP) proposes a new strategy to strengthen and refocus product-related environmental policies and develop the market for greener products.
- As a result, priorities for the 2007 call for proposals will refocus certain key actions that have already been initiated and also cover a number of new areas, as described in detail below.
- In response to these difficulties, the group’s new management, appointed on 7 October 2008, implemented a transformation plan designed to refocus the group’s activities on its core business (comprising the PWB and RCB activities) and to reduce its risk profile and short-term funding needs.
- The restructuring plan aims to refocus Dexia’s activities on its principal business lines and markets (that is to say, PWB and RCB activities in France, Belgium and Luxembourg); to reduce its risk profile and leverage; and to restore balance in its liquidity profile.
- On the occasion of the relaunch of the Lisbon strategy, the European Council has reaffirmed that the Lisbon strategy is to be seen in the wider context of sustainable development requirement that present needs must be met without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs . The new programming period provides a unique opportunity to refocus support from the new EAFRD on growth, jobs and sustainability.