NWI: How has National Wiper Alliance been able to grow year on year despite supply issues, slower market growth recession
and other economic challenges?
Nevertheless, the numbers coming out of China are now considerably better than was so nine months ago when fears of a slip in growth to 5-6% caused fears of a growth recession
that would undermine the entire de-coupling story of Asian resilience.
It is feared that the economy with a GDP size of US$175 billion is likely to enter a growth recession
in the financial year 2011.
It is highly unlikely, in my opinion, that Beijing will drive the economy into a growth recession
just to contain inflation," Stephen Jen, managing director of macroeconomics and currencies at Bluegold Capital Management, said in a note.
With the exception of India and Brazil, virtually all countries are experiencing either an outright recession or a growth recession
Ms Lea said the prospect of a growth recession
in the US was "almost inevitable" and added, "US problems are always inflated around the globe.
Statistics Norway, the Norwegian state statistics agency, said on Thursday (20 March) that the Norwegian economy was in a growth recession
in 2002 and would not turn until the end of the year 2004.
He remarked that the recession in 2001 had been exceptionally mild and came very close to being a growth recession
rather than an NBER recession.
All factors considered, however, we're increasingly optimistic that the current economy is in a growth recession
Even the expansion of the 1960s seems to have only four phases with a growth recession
interspersed between the recovery and expansion.
an interesting likelihood of a growth recession
, or a sustained period of below-trend growth, starting in the first half of 1997.
In his column of November 26th entitled "The Growth Recession
," Safire asks the question: "What if the first two quarters of 1985 show an actual decline, and the growth recession
becomes a real recession?