Tax reforms have caused economic shock
among the poorThe.
Moody's says that the outlook for sovereign creditworthiness in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) in 2018 is stable overall, in view of the healthy economic growth and stable oil prices seen after the region-wide economic shock
A major economic shock
, like exiting the European Union without a deal, could push many indebted families over the edge" - Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable.
The Prime Minister, saying they were in "touching distance" of an agreement on this issue in the Brexit negotiations "A major economic shock
, like exiting the European Union without a deal, could push many indebted families over the edge.
At the same time, more than 75 percent of the country's middle class remain in the 2-4 dollar daily consumption bracket, the lower end of a range of 2 to 20 dollar, leaving them at risk of falling back into poverty in the event of a major economic shock
, such as the global financial crisis.
It would take a severe economic shock
to drive prices down, which would bring a spike in foreclosure activity.
Brazil's president from 1995 to 2003, sociologist Fernando Henrique Cardoso led one of the world's largest privatization programs and navigated the country through a series of economic shock
This is a myth deriving from a broader misrepresentation that a debt-laden Britain with a growing trade deficit and ever-declining manufacturing sector -which is our bread and butter and hugely more profitable than services -is performing well, and is not, as is the true picture, highly vulnerable to any major world economic shock
He's succeeded with an economic shock
program that drastically cut public expenditures, immediately eliminated many state subsidies, and froze the printing of money.
Ward's new role as economic special advisor comes at a significant time when Hammond is looking to contain the economic shock
of June's vote to leave the EU, and at ways to protect Britain's financial services sector in upcoming EU talks.
Smaller businesses and the people they employ are particularly vulnerable to any economic shock
which could follow a vote to leave the EU.
But if the UK votes to leave, every credible independent voice agrees there would be a profound economic shock
that would hurt people's jobs, livelihoods and living standards.