recession

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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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His comments have come at a time when the armed forces are already reeling under the pressure of economic slowdown.
So it seems that only after two-three years that the world would be released from the claws of economic slowdown," he added.
Ravi said Indian missions in Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain and Qatar have also reported job losses for Indians in these countries, while some Indians have returned from Malaysia due to economic slowdown.
Tunisia can weather the global economic slowdown and grow by 3 percent this year, the International Monetary Fund said on Monday.
However France, Italy and the UK are showing tentative signs of, at least, a pause in the economic slowdown.
Byline: Shopping Festival will keep the momentum rolling despite economic slowdown
NATIONAL Express reported "strong" business growth yesterday as people chose public transport over cars in a bid to beat the economic slowdown.
In that sense today's decision is a brave one by the Bank and indicates that they are listening to business and taking seriously their responsibilities to put a stop to the economic slowdown.
The change from our previous estimate of value growth for this market primarily reflects the negative impact of the recently weakened US dollar, the general economic slowdown in the US, and possibly going forward some economic slowdown in Europe," it said.
And despite the overall economic slowdown, six of 11 export industries received an A or A-minus grade in this year's forecast.
Stock markets are overreacting to the worldwide economic slowdown and should be more concerned about mounting financial risks in Asia, according to an analysis released by The Conference Board.
Cheaper oil eases fears of a UK economic slowdown while the Chinese interest-rate rise - the first in nine years - raises worries about a global economic slowdown.
Analysts said the fall in the Footsie from a level of 4550 at the beginning of May reflected mounting fears of an economic slowdown next year.
The report attributes the short-term decrease in activity to a slowdown in commercial construction, brought on by the recent economic slowdown.
Behind the sharp drop is the global economic slowdown, which dealt a severe blow to investments in the United States, the European Union and Japan, the 2002 investment report said.