- a fresh orientation; a changed set of attitudes and beliefs
- Nevertheless, the outcome of the assessment made it clear that the Joint Action was in need of reinforcement and reorientation.
- The bank considers an improvement in earnings from new business through a reorientation of such business to be realistic.
- Opportunities for reorientation were considerably hampered by the small size of the archipelago and its population, its relative isolation and limited economy.
- One of the core pillars of the new restructuring plan was the reorientation of SSN to the production of high-tech vessels.
- They were based on the expenditure side and have contributed to a significant decline in the budget deficit in 2004 compared to 2003 and a more favourable and sustainable reorientation of growth.
- Cooperation shall be monitored and evaluated as appropriate on a cooperative basis thus permitting, as necessary, the reorientation of the cooperative activities in the light of any needs or opportunities becoming apparent in the course of their implementation.
- In their comments following the decision to initiate the procedure, the Polish authorities have provided sufficient evidence that modernisation of equipment and reorientation of production have been sufficiently addressed.
- However, such argumentation is not acceptable in the case of a restructuring project, where the financial means of the company should be used for the firm’s reorientation and, owing to the company’s difficulties, no spare funds should be available for projects outside the plan.
- Rather, it is an economic circumstance well-known in some agricultural sectors, which is caused by various factors including an incorrect planning of supply compared with demand (cyclical falls in price in the pigmeat sector are proof of this), or by purely commercial factors, the origin of which cannot be termed an exceptional occurrence (e.g. the reorientation of consumers’ preferences to alternative products).
- Opportunities for reorientation were considerably hampered by the small size of the archipelago and its population, its relative isolation and limited economy. Diversifying into tourism therefore seemed to be the best option, taking advantage of the territory’s untouched nature and its proximity to North America.
- This reorientation was based on the following considerations: higher added value, growing price competition in lower technology segments, the technical incapacity of SSN to produce very large container vessels for which demand was currently growing and the existing know-how of SSN, in particular with regard to highly specialised duplex stainless steel chemical tankers.