stagnation


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a lack of action or activity

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"Consequences of the unending gridlock and stagnation"
"The decision to move the smartphone production line to Vietnam has been made to promote improvement in profitability and raise our global competiveness amid stagnation in the global smartphone market," the official said.
Setting aside the magical interest rate's nonexistence, capitalism's natural tendency to stagnation also reflects the failure of money markets to adjust.
He explained that the union has been watching his fatherly role in resolving the issues of stagnation and promotion but noted that the salaries and wages commission was not up and doing in handling the issue of condition of service for workers of all the aviation agencies.
My discussions of secular stagnation have all emphasised a variety of structural factors, including inequality, high profit shares, changes in relative prices, and global saving patterns.
According to minutes of the meeting, the cabinet was informed that due to different factors cotton production had faced virtual stagnation since 2013-14, which had been fluctuating between 10 million bales and 12 million bales, with a disastrous fall to 9.9 million bales in 2015-16.
Summary: After a year of stagnation, domestic savings rose by 5.3% in 2017, but this reflected a slight decrease in the savings rate, which went down from one year to the
ROMA, May 3 (KUNA) -- Italian President Sergio Mattarella decided on Thursday to start a new round of talks next Monday to form a new government and in an attempt to end the current political stagnation. In a statement, the Italian presidential palace said that current political stagnation, since the past two months, after the legislative elections that has been leading the political scene because of the continuance of initial positions to political parties, and without finding a way to form new majority government.
Air stagnation or its absence is a good indicator of the atmosphere's capability to disperse its pollutants, but the NOAA definition of an air stagnation event is found to not be applicable to China since it depends on vertical mixing that is weakened in China by the effects of terrain.
Pain is seen largely in terms of a stagnation or blockage of qi and blood in the meridians.
The fact that people are willing to tie up their money for ten years at such low rates suggests that there has been a long trend toward pessimism, reflected in the recent popularity of the term "secular stagnation" to describe a perpetually weak economy.
The Philippine Institute of Environmental Planners (PIEP) and Alliance for Safe, Sustainable and Resilient Environments (ASSURE) issued a statement on Thursday saying that Boracay is at its 'stagnation stage.'
Economists and historians from the US and Europe outline the international monetary system and challenges that shaped it; historical antecedents of today's challenges in terms of secular stagnation and the asymmetric burden of adjustment; how the modern international monetary system has been shaped through international financial diplomacy; present-day currency wars and secular stagnation; and international policy coordination.
Researchers found that some constitutions, including qi stagnation, qi deficiency, and yang deficiency, had a high tendency to be associated with depression [10, 11].
Same can be applied to prism as well and holders will keep their positions only desperate buyers will sell at lower rates, and this situation may continue for years [stagnation] refer to 2013 to 2015 stagnation in recent past.