economic condition

NOUN
  1. the condition of the economy
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How To Use economic condition In A Sentence

  • Due to current economic conditions and overcapacity for LDPE in the North American marketplace, Dow Chemical is to close its Poly 2 LDPE plant in Freeport , Texas.
  • It also referred to what it called "extraordinarily challenging world-wide economic conditions" and higher raw material prices. BBC News - Home
  • Mandela added that economic development would, however, in the longer term undo the socio-economic conditions responsible for a large part of the problem of crime. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The improved economic conditions will encourage lending by financial institutions.
  • Her achievement was more impressive given the unfavourable prevailing economic conditions.
  • Second, real economic conditions within Europe are likely to be more variable and volatile.
  • The accusation that religious groups are exploiting parlous economic conditions to add numbers to their flock is a common one. Times, Sunday Times
  • Unfavourable economic conditions were blocking a recovery of the American insurance market.
  • Salons were polyvalent institutions capable of adapting to political and economic conditions, and maintaining their significance.
  • It is also proof that complementary deals are safer than far-reaching ones as companies seek to grow in these improved economic conditions. Times, Sunday Times
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