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EnglishMeanwhile, however, the situation on the Moluccas has become far more serious.
EnglishOtherwise impunity would become a serious problem for the future of Guatemala.
EnglishMore and more of our simple infections are tending to become serious again.
EnglishWhen matters become serious, people get involved in them.
EnglishIn the short time since then, the situation has become more serious.
EnglishNow or never it must become clear just how serious we are about this common policy.
EnglishSo, clearly, e-money has a long way to go to become a serious alternative to cash.
EnglishHave all these issues changed or become significantly less serious?
EnglishChild obesity has become an increasingly serious problem inevitably entailing serious health hazards.
EnglishAttaining 8% less is starting to become a serious matter.
EnglishOf course, trade disputes have become more serious recently, but we must not focus solely on the problems.
EnglishIt is vital for the railways to become competitive and become a serious alternative to road transport.
EnglishThe situation in agriculture and in securing sufficient food for human consumption will also become very serious.
EnglishThat is when things become serious, and this is something which companies and industries understand too.
EnglishThe problem has become increasingly serious of late, due to the ongoing rise in imports of meat from third countries.
EnglishFor Turkey, this now means that matters have become serious.
EnglishEnergy poverty has become a serious issue.
EnglishIt seems as if the common foreign and security policy no longer exists when things become serious.
EnglishMeanwhile, the situation of the Sahrawi people has become serious: even their physical survival is under threat.
EnglishMadam President, the pro-European Government in the Republic of Moldova cannot be left to become victim of the serious economic situation.