no-growth

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no-growth

[ˈnəʊˈgrəʊθ] ADJ no-growth economyeconomía f sin crecimiento or de crecimiento cero
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The idea of a no-growth economy is not new - British economist John Maynard Keynes in 1936 predicted an end to growth - but it has gained traction in the past few years as people have increasingly come to view infinite growth as environmentally unsustainable.
Even more important, unlike its counterparts from other parts of the world, Safaricom is not getting stuck in a low or no-growth scenario.
I am reminded of another no-growth fight from years past when the state Department of Transportation presented its plans to widen Eugene's Sixth and Seventh Avenue couplet to four lanes from three.
Zenith records the MENA region as one of three no-growth areas for 2015, alongside eastern Europe and central Asia.
Well, Daly is an economist too, but he recognized the imperative of charting a new direction for a no-growth economy very early in his distinguished public career.
This new technology helps speed up the workup of positive cultures, by presenting them to the operator first, and leaving the no-growth cultures for last.
This work placed crop producers into four groups: negative-growth, no-growth, slow-growth and high-growth.
directly into the first aeration stage (Zone 2), thus mitigating the no-growth phenomenon associated with the selector
After showing modest signs of improvement, we're back to a no-growth outlook," said JMP Securities' Alex Gauna.
Japan has had its high-speed bullet trains for decades and this has certainly not stopped the third biggest economy in the world being in a state of economic flux with no-growth and negative-growth over the last 20-years.
Asian growth is the bigger worry than slow growth in Europe or no-growth in Europe," said Haque, who said 47 per cent of the UAE's non oil trade is with the continent.