virtuous circle


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virtuous circle

n.
A condition in which a favorable circumstance or result gives rise to another that subsequently supports the first. Also called virtuous cycle.

[Modeled on vicious circle.]

virtuous circle

n
a recurring cycle of events with each one having a beneficial effect on the next
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virtuous circle

npositiver Kreislauf m, → Circulus virtuosus m; the virtuous circle of investment and growthdie positive Auswirkung von Investitionen auf das Wachstum und umgekehrt
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Decades of prioritising economic growth over social equity has led to historically high levels of wealth and income inequality and caused governments to miss out on a virtuous circle in which growth is strengthened by being shared more widely and generated without unduly straining the environment or burdening future generations.
The central bank said that the new administration's agenda aimed to create a virtuous circle in the nation.
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Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker today announced the Commerce Department will double the number of global markets serviced by its Digital Attach program during her remarks at the Internet Associations Second Annual Virtuous Circle Conference in Silicon Valley.
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You have to admit that's one neat virtuous circle if you've got the brands and clout to pull it off.
Investment kickstarts a virtuous circle where we grow the economy.
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That gave them confidence, improved results followed and a virtuous circle propelled Blues from 23rd position to 11th.
In situations like this, there is a virtuous circle to it, which is more confidence in the future leads to more investment, more consumption.
It's a virtuous circle, and we've managed to get ourselves into it at last.
Katie Bard is also holding a seminar entitled ''You are who you employ: The virtuous circle of people, productivity and profit'' on November 18 at De Vere Venues Colmore Gate.