Zero Growth


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Zero Growth

A situation in which the GDP of an economy is neither increasing nor declining. While zero growth is not technically a recession, it may be marked by high unemployment or at least no job growth.
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The best-case senario for Bulgaria would be a zero growth rate in 2030, against the backdrop of negative values throughout the past two-and-a-half decades.
The previous domestic supply (ASK) guidance of zero growth has been changed to a range from zero growth and -1% in relation to the previous year.
Although the domestic capacity has increased from January to April, GOL reaffirms its zero growth projection for 2015.
This was in the dark days of a recession, an era of zero growth, when every penny in every home and business counted.
PARIS, Sept 23 (KUNA) -- The French economy recorded zero growth in the second quarter of 2014, a repeat of the weak performance registered in the first quarter, the National Statistics Institute (INSEE) said on Tuesday.
Due to the poor timing of the federal government's belt-tightening measures, Roubini said the 2015 GDP would likely be below 3 per cent or almost zero growth from the expected 2.
is making strides, the Eurozone appears to have stalled again, with zero growth in the second quarter.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) forecasts zero growth for 2015 and a 3.
France has promised the EU it will get its budget deficit below the bloc's limit of three percent of GDP by the end of next year but this looks increasingly difficult given zero growth in the eurozone's second-largest economy.
There was a blip for Welsh beef however, with price woes at home meaning there was zero growth abroad in 2013.
The almost zero growth is due to low participation of the government and lack of promotion of its emissions, among other factors, reports elnuevodiario.
A NEAR- ZERO growth in the manufacturing sector dragged down the country's index of industrial production ( IIP) to a mere 2 per cent growth rate during September even as consumer price inflation accelerated to 10.