“Stringent” in the news
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· Stabilus: A New Wave In Auto Components Business Concentration →
Buffeted by the powerful forces of the cascade effect, even traditionally small third-tier suppliers (e.g., rubber suppliers in chapter 3) are compelled to merge to not only augment their ability to meet the increasingly stringent quality and service demands of their first-tier supplier customers but also to bolster their position in price negotiations.
· Climate-friendly almond farmers coax life from drying Spanish soil →
When Spain imposed some of Europe's most stringent curbs on movement in March to deal with the spread of the new coronavirus, Barnes managed to make some deliveries to markets including Germany, and kept employees busy with maintenance.
· Banks, financial stocks help Sensex, Nifty rise over 3%, check what propelled the rally on D-Street →
“Indian market was underperforming as compared to the rest of the world due to lack of stimulus for corporates and extension of stringent lockdown.
· Many Americans delay medical care because of the coronavirus →
The big picture: Cancer patients pose a particularly wrenching illustration of the coronavirus catch-22: They are particularly vulnerable to the virus, and putting them in the same facility as coronavirus patients without stringent safeguards is dangerous.
The New York Times
· Should the Child Care Industry Get a Bailout? →
Or they might prioritize a small program or one with stringent coronavirus prevention measures over intellectual or social stimulation.
The Japan Times
· New Zealand’s teams will stick to old rules for Super Rugby tournament →
We will continue to manage all health risks with stringent protocols and be led by our public health authorities.”
· S. Korea shares K-quarantine info with Latin American countries via online seminar →
The country implemented swift and extensive testing and detailed contact tracing, combined with stringent quarantine and treatment.
The China Post
· World watches as South Korea cautiously returns to life →
Already, a mini-outbreak linked to nightclubs in Seoul has tested South Korea’s widely praised method for dealing with the disease — essentially a combination of rapid tracing, testing and treatment, along with stringent social distancing practices.
· Fanhua Inc. (FANH) CEO Chunlin Wang on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
So with this more stringent accounting policies, CNFinance increased their allowance for non-performing loans, so that's the main reason for the loss.
The New York Times
· Bit of Highlands Headgear →
Once I returned to constructing crosswords, I found that The New York Times requirements had become much more stringent than I had remembered — a circumstance made abundantly clear when only this puzzle was able to pass muster out of a long string that crashed and burned.