economic

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  • In these times marriage was an economic matter rather than one of love.
  • It has yet to be seen if this will bring significant economic expansion.
  • Currently, both countries in the process to increase the economic co-operation.
  • Large-scale economic changes have brought major social changes with them.
  • Relations between the two countries are mainly in economic co-operation.
  • The main economic activity of the federal capital results from its administrative function.
  • The new style was also encouraged by changes in the economic order and social structure.
  • It is mainly for the economic co-operation and development of the both sides and is non-political.
  • Both by the culture and by the post-War economic situation.
  • The executive branch was responsible for both short- and long term economic, social and cultural development.
  • As governor and church president, Young directed both religious and economic matters.
  • In production there are two features which explain increasing economic well-being.
  • The firm arrived at the right time to benefit from post-war economic expansion.
  • This will be the main force behind continued economic expansion.
  • However, the movement was an economic one as well.
  • The more traditional view had been to see the two cities as economic rivals.
  • Their applications are seen in more basic economic systems as well.
  • It was also a begin of the direct economic co-operation between these two giants.
  • All of these political and economic activities enabled him to fund his scientific research.
  • Today, the relations are much more focused in economic co-operation.
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Meaning of economic

  • adjective Of or relating to an economy, the system of production and management of material wealth
    economic growth, aspects of social, political, and economical life
  • adjective Of or relating to the science of economics
    economic theory