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  • v. Present participle of restructure.
  • n. A reorganization; an alteration of structure.


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  • We think a restructuring is the offing and that morale is likely relatively low.

    Yahoo: lousy morale, falling stock

  • The remarks marked the first official use of the word "restructuring" and the first formal admission that Greece's debt burden is unsustainable, said Chris Walker, currency strategist at UBS. - Top Stories

  • The Cambridge firm sacked the workers yesterday in what it called a restructuring to better suit its product development plans.

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  • It has been nearly seven months since the AFL owners pulled the plug on the 2009 season for what they called a restructuring of their economic model.

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  • He added the European economy might grow faster than the U.S. economy next year because, he said, European governments are further ahead in "restructuring" themselves and cutting spending.

    Emerson Invests in Emerging Markets

  • But the term "restructuring" is misleading, if you think what is going on in financial services bears much resemblance to what has been called industrial restructuring.

    Financial Industry Restructuring: A User's Guide

  • Economy Minister Motohisa Furukawa this week said he is concerned that a rate rise could accelerate the hollowing out of Japan's manufacturing base, while Trade and Industry Minister Yukio Edano said Friday that the government will take rate rises into account when assessing Tepco's long-term restructuring plan.

    Tepco to Lift Corporate Electricity Rates Despite Backlash

  • He said that if the government succeeded in restructuring the economy – "a big if" – China could continue to grow at a healthy rate for much longer.

    China's economy slows in Q3

  • For technical and cultural reasons, local government restructuring is hugely complicated and problematic at the best of times.

    In a pickle over council mergers

  • GM, 61%-controlled by the U.S. government after a bailout and bankruptcy restructuring, is racing to field new Chevrolet Tahoe and Cadillac Escalade SUVs by 2014, just a year after the company plans to debut new pickup trucks, people familiar with its plans said.

    GM Plans New SUVs Ahead of Fuel Goals


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