Mature economy

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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She went on to highlight the fact that if China wants to be considered a "mature economy" business need a fairer and reliable business environment.
Based on well-established legal and economic principles, the law helps in supporting nation's competitiveness globally, building a mature economy that guarantees the rights of individuals and institutions, and balancing interests and justice for both creditors and debtors.
"The purchase of shares in CAI augments the partnership whilst also giving ICD access to Toscana Aeroporti, an established, well-performing airport group in a mature economy with development potential."
Yet the survey revealed that banks' historical edge is eroding, as treasurers, especially in mature economy, no longer always see banks as the sole trusted advisor.
The chamber also noted that for any mature economy, the payroll data is crucial for anchoring policies with regard to interest rates, welfare measures, investment incentives, taxation.
'Of course we hope this will encourage our birth rate not to go too low, once we become a mature economy, the birth rate will drop and it is already dropping in Malaysia,' he said.
Unfortunately, EAC has been dropping this proposal arguing that Kenya is a mature economy with citizens who can afford better cars,' said Mr Munyori.
It might be that consistent 2% growth is perfect for a big, strong, mature economy like ours.
"It's one of those signs this is a mature economy." The report notes that, just as in some organised crime groups, there is a code of conduct that helps reassure customers.
"For a mature economy, those are quite high growth rates," Hackett said.
The definition of a mature economy states that it is characterized by equal productivity growth in all sectors of production--balanced growth.
She said: "While, like almost every mature economy, we have an ageing population, it is excellent to see the under-fives population has increased."