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 index of reinforcing steel went up by 0.6 percent in July from zero growth in the previous month.
(NYSE:GIS), the maker of Cheerios and Wheaties, has seen zero growth in cereal sales over the past three years, WSJ said in a Tuesday story.
The bank penciled in zero growth for GDP in the second quarter - even before Britain leaves the EU.
Revenues have posted zero growth while expenditures have grown by almost 8pc.
All of these companies, with the exception of Lada (zero growth), showed negative sales dynamics, where the decline was from one (Kia) to 13 percent (Renault).
The euro zone's biggest economy, Germany rebounded in the first quarter, growing 0.4 percent after zero growth in the previous three months.
There was zero growth compared to the third quarter, and 0.6 percent compared with the same quarter in 2017, Destatis said in a statement on Thursday.
The firm has projected a 2.2 percent contraction in the Argentine economy this year and zero growth next year, but is looking to capitalise on potential mid-term revival next year.
Other commodity groups either retained their previous month's rate or had zero growth.
"Although we saw signs of improvement and assessed that things in 2018 will move in a positive direction, we still believe that moving away from the zero growth will take longer," he added.
ISLAMABAD:The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) announced Monday a new policy to ensure zero growth of steel capacity in 2018.
ISLAMABAD -- The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) announced Monday a new policy to ensure zero growth of steel capacity in 2018.