⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'growth in demand' von Englisch nach Deutsch
growth in demandZunahme {f} der Nachfrage
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Übersetzung für 'growth in demand' von Englisch nach Deutsch

growth in demand
Zunahme {f} der Nachfrage
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • It was designed to meet the expected growth in demand for new aero engines for civil and military applications.
  • But by the mid-1990s, the pool of available exchange codes in area code 913 was being exhausted due to rapid growth in demand on the Kansas side of the Kansas City metropolitan area, particularly Overland Park and Johnson County from the proliferation of cell phones and pagers.
  • When it reached this capacity it would not be able to continue to handle growth in demand, resulting in a reduction in the competitiveness of the Panama maritime route.
  • The growth in demand comes from the increase of freight operations from Felixstowe to the midlands.
  • Mexican built vehicles are manufactured primarily for the Mexican market which has seen growth in demand since the late 1990s but Mexican built Mercedes Benz vehicles are also sold in South and Central America.
  • Where there is a substantial industrial urban population isolated from other conurbations, or when and where the growth in demand is so great that it becomes uneconomic or impractical for commercial organisations to provide, the municipalities concerned may assume functions necessary for the growth and functioning of the city.
  • With 95% of the world's population living outside the United States, future growth in demand for food and agricultural products will occur primarily in overseas markets.
  • Although the improved ”King Arthur” class 4-6-0 locomotives were capable of the heaviest express passenger work between London and South West England, there was a growth in demand for Continental traffic travelling via Dover and Folkestone.
  • In 1940 the Electricity Commissioners in agreement with the Central Electricity Board proposed a programme of new generating capacity to mitigate war risks and the growth in demand associated with the development of munitions factories.
  • The increase in sales is part of an overall growth in demand for straight razors, since about 2008, which has also seen an increase in the number of barbers offering straight razor shaves.
  • The center was originally designed for four generating units, but was scaled back when the anticipated growth in demand for electricity did not materialize.
  • The principal cause of water scarcity is the growth in demand.
  • This sparked a growth in demand for secondary education, and in 1927 the school was split into two - Estcourt Junior School retaining the old school building and Estcourt High School (as the secondary school later became known) moving to Hospital Hill on the outskirts of the town.
  • To give an idea of the growth in demand, the output of Ardnacrusha is now approximately two per cent of national peak demand for power.
  • Such growth in demand for car financing was last seen during President Pervez Musharraf's regime (2001-2008) when banks, having ample liquidity, lent significant amount for cars without checking borrowers’ capabilities whether they were able to repay the debt.
  • Emirates' financial success has been attributed to rapid growth in demand for air travel in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia; the airline's investment in state-of-the-art aircraft; and the availability of airport capacity that can be used 24 hours a day.
  • In 1947, with the growth in demand for electricity, the borough kept the electric distribution system but begin receiving electricity wholesale from Pennsylvania Power & Light (now PPL Corporation).
  • There has been a growth in demand for generic brand goods since the late-2000s, and the stigma of the absence of a brand name is declining with time; as food inflation reaches new highs in 2022, and sales of branded food products decline.
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