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Great Depression

the DEPRESSION that was experienced by many countries in the decade 1929–39. The Great Depression was associated with very high UNEMPLOYMENT levels and low production and INVESTMENT levels in North America and Europe, and with falling levels of INTERNATIONAL TRADE.
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And so it is for Europe, after its bubble-prone peripheral economies of Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Spain and Greece all imploded in the aftermath of the Great Crisis.
I thank you and all associated with you for coming forward as you have done, with noble self-devotion and self-denial, in this the hour of your country's need, ready to fight for her, and to give your lives on her behalf in this great crisis of her history.
DON MACLEOD: Well, I think that number one, leadership, which is a great crisis in our denomination right now--young leadership.
The way we talk about rape, and the way we talk about each other during moments of great crisis, speaks volumes about why we haven't found real success in our efforts.
Yet the whole world, especially the major international economic institutions, culminating at Davos in January 2014 are articulating the great crisis that awaits those who are taking this road .
For the Left, the long neoliberal transition and the current great crisis have raised completely new challenges.
Indeed, I believe there are many parallels between the responses of great crisis leaders I saw aboard ship and those I have witnessed ashore in D.
KASHIF MATEEN ANSARI: Energy sector is most important sector as far as Pakistani economy is concerned and unfortunately as a nation we are facing a great crisis of energy availability.
But now it has a different place in history: It was the place that the leaders of the advanced economies collectively decided that the battle on the great crisis of 2008 had been won, and the time to pivot toward fiscal austerity and tighter money had arrived.
Oh yes, we are in a great crisis only leading Serie A and being in the next stage of the Champions League.
In many cases the establishment of non-democratic regimes early in the first part of the last century was determined by the great crisis of 1929 followed by a combination of an inability of the structure of the state and its actors to resist the authoritarian prospective.
But now, the irony is that the Indian media at large is undergoing a great crisis of credibility.