economy


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  • noun

Synonyms for economy

financial system

Synonyms

  • financial system
  • financial state

Synonyms for economy

careful use of material resources

Synonyms for economy

the efficient use of resources

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frugality in the expenditure of money or resources

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an act of economizing

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In Japan, the government did just that to keep its economy from collapsing during the last fifteen years.
Brazil is already in a sustained growth cycle and the elections won't disrupt the economy as they did in 2002," says Nobrega.
Israel's experience with an economy on a permanent war footing also offers a cautionary tale for the U.
Money sitting on one side of the globe can be deployed, with huge multiples, halfway around the world either to accelerate the prosperity of a region or to destroy a nation's economy.
In the May 1997 issue of the Journal of Regulatory Economics, materials scientist Steven Thorpe wrote that CAFE standards may actually have contributed to a decline in the average fuel economy of the new fleet by shifting sales to less fuel-efficient vans, trucks, and SUVs.
President Herbert Hoover and corporate leaders tried to reassure the nation that even though Wall Street was suffering, the economy was healthy, while in reality, the economy's decline was about to accelerate.
The bursting of the stock market bubble, the dot-com shakeout, and the brief recession have chastened even the most wild-eyed New Economy zealots.
Between the years 1996 through the year 2003 when we could not find any dark clouds on that economic horizon, the expansion of this economy averaged 4.
One now wishes that Tognetti would use his considerable knowledge of the sources and historiographic problems to tackle broader, more complex, and ambitious issues regarding the course of Florence's economy in the late-medieval and early modern centuries.
All of the Democratic candidates are criticizing President Bush for his handling of the economy.
If consumers increase their buying of these big-ticket items, the economy will take off.
In the space of a few years they have managed to throw a basically strong economy into the dangerous deflationary spiral we see today.
They illustrate the social economy by describing what it includes and define it along several dimensions.
Kazakhstan's current leaders are laying the foundation for its integration into the global economy.