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malaise

a mild sickness, not symptomatic of any disease or ailment

malaise

[mə′lāz]
(medicine)
A general state of ill-being or the feeling of poor health.
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It is well documented that Greece's economic malaise is a consequence of myriad poor decisions, including an economy in which 20 percent are employed by the government in no-cut jobs and where tax evasion is a national sport.
Despite the economic malaise, CUNA/WOCCU planners remain upbeat about the popularity and allure of Las Vegas as a meeting site.
We remain concerned however, that the company's supernormal returns are increasingly coming under pressure as unemployment rises and economic malaise continues.
If the world is to emerge from the current economic malaise, it will require a focus on international trade which can help fuel virtually the only growth in evidence, which is in developing countries,' he said.
And, despite the wider economic malaise, Mr Watson-James said lettings in the last year bucked the trend.
He said, "This is an indication that, in spite of the economic malaise, there are buyers out there who will in aggressively acquire quality assets from motivated sellers.
THE ECONOMIC MALAISE WILL SLOW SALES OF GIFT cards--one of the decade's fastest-growing holiday bright spots--and gift card home furnishings purchases are expected to plummet, according to Deloitte's Annual Holiday Survey.
MANAMA: The GCC financial sector is an antidote to the prevailing global economic malaise that is affecting financial institutions in the region, a senior banker claimed.
But opposition politicians have called it a power grab likely to deepen the country's political and economic malaise.
These potential crises and the general economic malaise have created a shift in the way logistics is viewed in the food and drink industry and in the decision-making process of manufacturers reviewing their supply chain operation.
Consumer spending seems to have already succumbed to the economic malaise with the German retail PMI number slipping to an 8-month low just minutes later.
THE GOVERNMENT should put an end to its apathy and stop outsourcing the blame for economic malaise," DISY Vice-Chairman Averoff Neophytou urged yesterday.