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economic growth

Definitions

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  • n. The growth of the economic output of a country.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. steady growth in the productive capacity of the economy (and so a growth of national income)

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Examples

  • More-moderate supporters of Mr. Bo argue that his campaign isn't so much about glorifying Chairman Mao as it is about remobilizing mass support for the party to combat growing public anger at corruption, and using state resources to promote economic growth and tackle complex social problems.

    China Leaders Laud 'Red' Campaign

  • - Both documents concluded that the rapid economic growth of recent decades was changing strategic relativities among regional countries,

    Australia's Foreign Policy:Advancing Our National Interests

  • Back in Europe, though modest economic growth has returned, Vinci can't content itself with that rate of expansion, Mr. Huillard says.

    Outlying Businesses Help Vinci Through Tough Times

  • In January 1968 The New York Times reported, "Steady economic growth within a framework of political and financial stability has distinguished Mexico among the major Latin American countries."

    1968 the Year that Rocked the World

  • Not only do these people miss the benefits of the global economythey will suffer from the negative effects of economic growth they missed out on.

    Creative Capitalism

  • Economists have noted that throughout the world-including China and India-it seems to take more economic growth each year to produce the same number of jobs, a consequence of ever-increasing automation and higher productivity.

    The Audacity of Hope

  • Humanitarian field-workers cannot believe their ears when politicians and industrialists argue that our explosive global economic growth has not changed the climate.

    A Billion Lives

  • The White Paper concluded that it was more likely than not that economic growth in most of the industrialising countries of East Asia will remain at high levels over the next fifteen years - an assessment endorsed by our Strategic Review.

    Australia's Foreign Policy:Advancing Our National Interests

  • The objective is to set the agenda for APEC's second decade by providing a roadmap for both the Bogor Goals and the other domestic structural and institutional reforms necessary to deliver economic growth and development.

    Fight Against Terrorism Major Focus at APEC Ministerial Meeting - Media release - Minister for Foreign Affairs

  • China's shares were hobbled by continued concerns over slower economic growth and high inflation, with export-intensive companies, such as textile and garment makers, declining on concerns the yuan's continued appreciation will squeeze their profit margins.

    Asian Shares Rise on Hopes of Resolution to Greece Debt Woes

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