A helicopter drop
(through tax cuts or transfers financed by newly printed money) would put money directly into the hands of households, boosting consumption.
According to Flatten, the dispatch office couldn't reach anyone with the authority to approve the helicopter drop
It's going to be very frustrating [for Draghi] if just a few weeks after a second package of policy measures was announced, there's a clamor to discuss a helicopter drop
," Ken Wattret, an economist with BNP Paribas in London, told the Journal.
The race kicks off with a helicopter drop
off into the heart of the jungle.
Firefighters can carry about 300 feet of hose on their backs, but once it's extended, it would make sense to have a helicopter drop
off additional hose rather than having firefighters running up and down steep, rocky terrain, said fire spokesman Capt.
2) Firefighters watch a helicopter drop
water on a brush fire that flared Friday in the hills north of Valencia, east of the Golden State Freeway.
ON one walk, the RAF made their donation to the fund via a helicopter drop
at the side of a road.
The Water Resources Department and the Metropolitan Water District suggested the treatment, a helicopter drop
next Thursday of 15,000 pounds of copper sulfate pellets into the reservoir.
Conceived in 1969 by Milton Friedman as part of a thought experiment -- not an actual proposal -- helicopter drops
got their name from the fantastic vision of fresh money being scattered from a helicopter whirring overheard.
A helicopter drops
giant sandbags into the gap in Llanbedr coast defences yesterday
Much-needed employment for Cammell Laird, stripping down decommissioned ships to a bare floating hulk, which could then be moored offshore and supplied by helicopter drops
of basic foods.
Firefighters have attacked the blaze with aircraft water tankers and helicopter drops