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  • adj. Not of or pertaining to growth.


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non- +‎ growth


  • In the coming year, priorities are likely to focus on "nongrowth" efforts such as trimming bureaucracies, ending subsidies for food and fuel and tightening monetary policies -- all favorite placebos of the IMF.

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  • Simplistic, perhaps, but good questions about growth, and nongrowth. posted by Mungowitz @ 6/23/2007 11:03:00 AM

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  • "The growth of computing equipment and the increasing penetration of electronic components into transportation electronics and other types of industrial equipment has meant that copper consumption actually has started to grow again quite smartly in what used to be considered mature nongrowth markets," says economist John Mothersole at Global Insight.

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  • "It's harder to predict what to do during nongrowth," said Palm Coast public-works Director Richard Adams, whose city is one of several poised to order the water equivalent of nuclear power - an ocean-desalination plant.



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