Mature economy

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Mature economy

The economy of a nation with a stable population and slowing economic growth.

Mature Economy

A stable economy with low growth and generally low inflation. It especially refers to an economy with a stable population; that is, there are fewer pressures to create jobs for a larger workforce, but at the same time, there is enough growth for the economy to financially support retirees as they age and need more care. See also: Mature company.
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The need for system maintenance in mature economies and new products in less mature regions to fuel adoption rates, finds Frost & Sullivan
Being oriented toward quality products instead of mass production is increasingly important for the industry, especially in the more mature economies, says Eder and views the path taken by his voestalpine as validated.
It reveals that the development of consumer payment networks took years to become fully functional in mature economies, while many countries in Africa are now beginning to expand their traditional payments infrastructure to adapt to new international standards.
It connects local businesses with opportunities in emerging and mature economies and raises international awareness of Oman-made products.
Africa represents a tremendous opportunity for an industry facing slowing revenue growth, market saturation, new technology challenges and declining profitability in mature economies.
In mature economies, organizations will take advantage of a more stable business climate to replace aging infrastructure, including servers, storage and network equipment.
Although the global economic recovery has begun, Thomsen said the great recession has lowered both current and future growth potential of mature economies.
Mature economies are winners too, reducing their trade costs by about 10 per cent.
While complements for mature economies, we show a potential alternative relation between debt and inflation among transition economies.
The latest Regus Business Confidence Index (BCI) survey of more than 20,000 senior executives across 95 countries found that while confidence levels have risen by five points to 109 in mature economies, there has been as drop of nine points to 117 in emerging countries.
Various studies have shown that car pollution is only 15 to 20% of C02 emissions in mature economies, but [the proposed levy] is highly visible and politicians love symbols.
Faced with saturated content markets in mature economies, global studios, aggregators and TV channels are looking for new markets to licence their content.