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financial system

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  • financial system
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careful use of material resources

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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 this highly unusual recession which happens only after the bursting of an asset bubble, the only thing the government can do to help the economy is to do the opposite of the private sector, i.
The prevailing exchange economy knit town and countryside together into multiple, broadly dispersed reciprocal relationships and obligations for goods and labor, embracing places as far-flung as Philadelphia.
During Israel's first 25 years, its economy grew at an annual rate of about 5 percent.
No one is thinking about the global economy and its cause and effect on a national economy.
The fuel economy of all the cars sold by a manufacturer in any given year must average 27.
economy soared, fueled by enthusiasm for the wonders of the age, like the new medium of radio, and mass-produced consumer products like Henry Ford's Model T.
And New Economy guru George Gilder was getting respectful write-ups in The New York Times.
1%," said Goloven, who was brought back by popular demand for his animated and colorful speaking style "When you hear a growth rate of 6%, that's growth rate that comfortably exceeds the torrid expansion of the economy in the halcyon days of the late 1990s boom.
The book comprises three substantial chapters: the first ranges mostly over retrospective questions regarding the conditions of the Florentine economy in the decades following the mid-fourteenth-century crisis, and the "riconversione economica" of the late fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries.
How might the activities of "so many candidates" described here "turn the Bush economy around"?
When, as now, the economy is soft and the risk of deflation is serious, cutting taxes makes some sense.
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.