value-add

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  • This non value-added work can account for the majority of administrative work performed.
  • Value added in the second country may also be an issue.
  • The following design, construction, and operation activities can result in value-added public buildings.
  • The food industry is responsible for more than half of value added and employment.
  • It had the best value-added of any college in London.
  • Nothing of importance had been done in this division, nor anything of value added for some years.
  • These value-added products become part of the secondary sector of our economy.
  • The school's value add score is below the local authority average.
  • They also offer value-added services such as Internet security computer software.
  • It provides both pre-paid and post-paid mobile services as well as many value added services.
  • Growth of value added in the rice industry also fell in the 1980s.
  • Process ownership is based upon the location of value added work.
  • Summing value added per unit over all units sold is total value added.
  • These walk-up windows are value-added services on top of the full services provided inside the stores.
  • This division provides cargo services through road, rail and air with some value added services.
  • Value added courses are designed and offered by each department.
  • They have been replaced in Europe and many other locations by a value added tax.
  • Yet, it is a relatively smaller player in India's big value-added services market.
  • It was also during this time that the Value Added Tax was introduced.
  • The school's 'value added' score is higher than the national average.
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