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1 mills are set to pay record prices for iron ore next quarter, as resurgent global demand butts up against limited supply.
2 By January the financial crisis had faded and Europe's sovereign-debt crisis seemed less acute. America's economy was resurgent.
3 Mr Putin has positioned himself as the symbol of a resurgent nation recovering from years of humiliation and weakness.
4 A fourth risk is resurgent economic nationalism as countries such as Russia and china-and indeed america-race to secure and exploit scarce raw materials.
5 agreeing to a surge there is growing speculation that he may elect to send only a few thousand more troops to counter a resurgent Taliban.
6 India's main share-price index yesterday surged beyond the10000mark for the first time ratcheting up a popular sense of triumphalism surrounding the outlook for the country's resurgent economy.
7 If Ukraine were kept out, it could easily fall back under the sway of a newly resurgent Russia; and the knock-on effects for other vulnerable places, such as Georgia and Moldova, could be serious.
8 The result will be a bitter struggle between a resurgent Congress and a determined executive, which will leave the administration hopelessly distracted.
9 If the Porsche merger goes according to plan, a resurgent VW could soon be challenging Toyota for the title of the world's biggest carmaker.
10 But none of the Banks still due to report, not even a resurgent JP Morgan Chase, is expected to come close to Goldman's blow-out performance.
11 Costly commodities will deter the resurgent American consumer, and may also spook the Federal Reserve into withdrawing monetary support at a faster pace.
12 But a resurgent IBM has just celebrated its 100th birthday, and the HP board has been remade several times in the past decade.
13 Georgian conflict has shown a resurgent Russia ready to use harsh power politics to advance its aims says international security analyst Michael Denison of London's Chatham House research center.
14 Over the past few years the growing ambitions of “resurgent Russia” became one of the most actively debated topics in the international arena—and often the reason for concern and even alarm.
15 Official patriotic slogans (" a resurgent Russia that is getting off its knees ") sounded false and alien to her.
16 Putin, 55, is enormously popular in Russia, presiding over a resurgent economy flush with revenue from oil and natural gas.
17 A resurgent trade surplus will clearly strengthen the argument for rapid appreciation of the renminbi.
18 But politicians in both countries warned the move would further undermine us relations with Nato Allies who fear a resurgent Russia.
19 Meanwhile, other rising and resurgent powers wait patiently in the wings, free-riding on the public good we offer.
20 Indonesia's President, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, had hitherto been expected to sail to re-election next year. But, again, costly food and resurgent poverty may endanger him.
21 Anxiety about another global recession is on the rise amid downbeat economic data from the U.S. and a resurgent European debt crisis.
22 Chinese retail investors are rushing to open new share-trading accounts at a faster rate than ever before, in spite of increasing signs of a resurgent bubble in the mainland market.
23 By counting the different kinds of words a person says, he is breaking new linguistic ground and leading a resurgent interest in text analysis.
24 resurgent Russia invaded Georgia in August after Georgian forces entered the breakaway region of South Ossetia.
25 CTS must combat a resurgent Mercedes-Benz, as well as BMW, whose sales are up this year while Cadillac’s have fallen.
26 Xiguoyuan landslide is a resurgent paleolandslide in Lan-Lin Highway K10+340~660 segment, construction and operation of Xiguoyuan super-huge bridge will be imperiled awfully by the landslide.
27 They want this tremendous city, once notorious for its westernised decadence, to be an allegorical projection of the resurgent Chinese power that for so long lay dormant in humiliation.
28 They want this tremendous city, once notorious for its westernised decadence , to be an allegorical projection of the resurgent Chinese power that for so long lay dormant in humiliation .
29 At a time when Malthusian worries are resurgent and people fear the consequences for an overcrowded planet, the decline in fertility is surprising and somewhat reassuring.
30 Ewanick isn't talking about exercise, but his primary task at a resurgent GM (GM).