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  1. Alem Kibreab:

    Mining in most countries is used to kick-start the economy.

  2. European Commission:

    Europe needs a kick-start and today the Commission is applying the jump leads.

  3. Chief Executive Bill Winters:

    The group needs to kick-start performance, reduce its cost base and bureaucracy ... and speed up decision making.

  4. Jennifer Morgan:

    INDCs have been put on the table, but the linkages between funding them and getting implementation going is still in the early stages. This is trying to kick-start that.

  5. Hakan Bjorkman:

    We need to kick-start counseling and testing on high risk groups, follow up on patients who have defaulted on their treatment, and restart campaigns in schools and public places now the bans have been lifted.

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