inward-looking

inward-looking

adj
(of a people or society) more interested in themselves than in other people or societies
Translations

inward-looking

[ˈɪnwədˌlʊkɪŋ] ADJ [person] → introvertido
the country/company is too inward-lookingel país está muy encerrado en sí mismo/la compañía está muy encerrada en sí misma

inward-looking

adjin sich gekehrt, beschaulich

inward-looking

[ˈɪnwədˈlʊkɪŋ] adj (society) → chiuso/a
an inward-looking individual → un introverso
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It is a result of the uneven global economic recovery that has fuelled inward-looking policies and contributed to increased policy uncertainty, said International Monetary Fund.
Forty-eight years ago, in June 1970, during the moving and discussion of a private members' motion in the House of Parliament, tribal invectives took central stage, which gave birth to the infamous inward-looking statement that has come to haunt the liberal democracy tradition of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and its predecessors.
PLANS to change British passport covers back to blue have been dismissed as "inward-looking nonsense" by Nicola Sturgeon.
According to the Department of Finance, Dominguez told the meeting about the concerns of the Asean finance ministers over the prospect of more developed countries adopting inward-looking policies.
You're not the lone ranger anymore." Even the executives I work with--people who only months before the recession had been inward-looking, personal-results-driven and intent on going it alone--started espousing and practicing cooperation and teamwork.
Abe called Macron's win a symbolic victory against inward-looking and protectionist moves, and a mandate for the European Union.
"The political pendulum threatens to swing against economic openness, and without forceful policy actions, the world could suffer from disappointing growth for a long time." She pointed to weak global growth and rising economic inequality that "is feeding a political climate in which reforms stall and countries resort to inward-looking policies." The meeting in Hangzhou, set to start Sunday, is the first for the leaders of the world's key economies since Britain voted in June to leave the European Union.
These stresses are contributing to demands for inward-looking solutions that seek to reverse long-term global trends at the expense of the open, dynamic markets," said IMF chief economist and economic counsellor, Maurice Obstfeld.
Britain will be a more insular and inward-looking country if votes to leave the European Union"- Prime Minister David Cameron.
At midnight on December 31, 1972, the family firm of a friend of mine, which had bought many thousands of tons of excellent New Zealand milk powder over the years, was abruptly cut off from that reliable supplier by the new protectionism of the inward-looking Europe.
Ever since the publication of Caradoc Evans' wildly pejorative collection of short stories, My People (1915), the view that Welsh nonconformity was repressive, inward-looking, and unhealthily world-denying has gone largely unchallenged.