Resources là gì

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Resources are also things of value such as money or possessions that you can use when you need them:
a useful or valuable possession or unique that a person or organization has, for example, money, time, or skills:
have sầu the resources to lớn do sth The company has the resources and infrastructure khổng lồ manage a global br&.

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limited/scarce resources The department has limited resources, và would struggle khổng lồ cope in such a situation.
pool/cốt truyện resources When times are hard we are asked to pool our resources, but it doesn"t always work.

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natural/energy/water resources All plastics that are created annually consume 2 khổng lồ 4% of America"s energy resources.
The second sector comprises resource harvesting, which is undertaken with constant returns khổng lồ scale to labour và to lớn the resource stoông xã.
The most serious threat khổng lồ these peoples is represented by the commercial development of strategically important reserves of mineral resources.
Today, with cheap and frequent shipping routes, timber has replaced flagstone as the most viable resource on the islvà.
Furthermore, the effectiveness of a local campaign is not just a matter of local parties being rich in resources.
With a reference các mục of literary works, munication networks, & new approaches to story resources lớn fight censorship, và three appendices telling.
A variety of teaching resources is available for this purpose6,7,8,9 và practitioners who wish to lớn obtain more information are referred khổng lồ them.
Certainly such processes may sometimes relate causally lớn changes in material conditions including subsistence resources và practices.
Thereby this reduces interspecific competition for resources, including mates, in the case of members of the same species.
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