economic crisis

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Noun1.economic crisis - a long-term economic state characterized by unemployment and low prices and low levels of trade and investment
crisis - an unstable situation of extreme danger or difficulty; "they went bankrupt during the economic crisis"
economic condition - the condition of the economy
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For one thing, there was the economic crisis, the million or two of men who had been out of work in the spring and summer, and were not yet all back, by any means.
com that quoted Nader Hariri as saying that Saudi government is facing an economic crisis.
The study on "The economic crisis and demographic challenges in Cyprus", argues that the Cypriot society is facing a huge demographic problem, but it cannot be addressed without first ending the economic crisis and moving to recovery.
The Egyptian stock market indices continued to drop for the fourth consecutive day, reportedly affected by the Greek economic crisis, the drop in China's capital market and domestic fears of militant attacks.
com)-- The machine-builders have been hard struggling to overcome the impact of the world economic crisis.
The newspaper, which argued there was no economic crisis in Turkey, fired 170 journalists over an economic crisis," a user on Twitter wrote to show the contrast between the newspaper's editorial line and their argument in the unprecedented mass layoff of the journalists.
Industrial restructuring in Asia; implications of the global economic crisis.
Global Banking News-March 17, 2014--Central bank of Venezuela talks about economic crisis
was facing worst economic crisis because the federal government was not sharing with it the profit on electricity generation.
Director of the government's Manpower and Restructuring Program Abdulaziz Al-Qassar said that the Program was able to find jobs for 44,000 laid off citizens during the period of time in question, adding that the Program consistently tried to find employment for those citizens who were laid off since the onset of the global economic crisis in 2008.
Taking into consideration the economic crisis, the recession and the sizeable reduction in imports, the increase of the VAT revenue by 2.
Mirce Jovanovski says in Utrinski vesnik that Japan in the Far East, and the USA and the eurozone in the West are waking up following the long economic crisis and stagnation.

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