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a period of decreased business activity and high unemployment

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the state of the economy declines

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the withdrawal of the clergy and choir from the chancel to the vestry at the end of a church service

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the act of ceding back

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the act of becoming more distant

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Previous studies found a link between increased suicide risk among Americans and economic downturns.
These simple tax breaks will make a real difference to those who suffered during the economic downturn.
The economic downturn experienced last year and the first months of 2015 in Peru led to a contraction in home sales, although this appears to be reversing, mainly due to a slight reduction in the prices of real estate , according to various experts in the real estate sector.
Allan Kelly of Tait Walker said: "The prolonged global economic downturn has seen the shipping market severely impacted through excess market capacity and low freight income, which together with the broader economic recession left little alternative but to place Stephenson Clarke Shipping into liquidation.
Allan Kelly, of Tait Walker, added: "The prolonged global economic downturn has seen the shipping market severely impacted through excess market capacity and low freight income, which together with the broader economic recession left little alternative but to place Stephenson Clarke Shipping into liquidation.
Yorkshire workers also reported that their relationships with loved ones have suffered since the beginning of the economic downturn - with 48% spending less time with family and friends, 52% admitting to being less tolerant and more short-tempered, 40% feeling uninterested in going out or "doing things" and 16% arguing more.
BUTTERWICK's pounds 150,000 PLEA: Graham Leggatt-Chidgey, chief executive at the hospice, says the economic downturn is hitting charities like Butterwick, even though they are helped by high-profile events like the Tees Pride 10k, below
Hu predicted that the current economic downturn will last longer than the downturn during the global financial tsunami, which recovered in a short time, due to concerted effort among governments worldwide to stimulate their economies via fiscal and monetary policies, plus the active procurement by mainland China globally.
Increasing attention is given to the recent performance of the Australian labour market and to how much further the national unemployment rate will decline, as the economy recovers from an economic downturn associated with the global financial crisis (GFC).
The first summit, in March 2009, saw the college development as one of the main economic lifelines for the Vale as the impact of the economic downturn began to bite.
Following the economic downturn in 2008, many raw material suppliers reduced operating capacity and personnel.
Summary: Morocco resisted the world economic downturn thanks to its macro-economic policy, said on Thursday WTO deputy director-general Alejandro Jara, adding that the kingdom weathered the crisis unlike many developed countries.
Summary: London, May 21, SPA -- British Airways saw a record loss of 425 million pounds (612 million dollars) in the 2009-10 business year, the figure reflecting the economic downturn and the tough winter, the airline said Friday, according to dpa.
Summary: Rabat - Morocco resisted the world economic downturn thanks to its macro-economic policy, said on Thursday WTO deputy director-general Alejandro Jara, adding that the kingdom weathered the crisis unlike many developed countries.
FIRMS across the West Midlands are victims of a crimewave fuelled by the economic downturn, MPs warned today.
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