conjuncture


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conjuncture

(MARXISM) the balance of forces, particular ideologies, patterns of class consciousness, class interests, articulation of MODES OF PRODUCTION, etc, that in combination make up a particular pattern of social and economic CONTRADICTIONS, the ‘moment in history’, which may or may not be favourable to social change.
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It attends to the promises for the future that have unravelled in the austerity conjuncture, and the new modes of expectation that have been offered and embraced in their place.
The current conjuncture was a win-win for everyone, he said.
Moreover, any other factor that could replace the advantages of the conjuncture does not seem to be around.
We assume that the market conjuncture might be getting worse and in case the company faces complications with refinancing its debt, the spread would be getting wider.
According to her, the thing that leaves a bitter taste is the nonchalant attitude of the government towards Brussels' criticisms and the lack of critical pressure for this attitude and losing the sense of cooperation increased the opposition's criticism towards the government's conjuncture.
In particular "the outcome depends on the degree of popular mobilization and organization, national traditions and the like, including especially the particular world economic and political conjuncture.
The mission of the new board will be to develop the activities of Economic Zones World (EZW) based on 'regional and global economic conjuncture,' the statement said.
The Turkish passenger vessel "Marmara" which set sail toward Gaza as part of the Freedom Flotilla Convoy arrived to the point of conjuncture of the convoy's vessels in the Mediterranean, south of Cyprus.
A conjuncture is a period during which the different social, political, economic and ideological contradictions that are at work in society come together to give it a specific and distinctive shape.
The IDB, in conjuncture with partner banks, will give up to USD50m to Banco Industrial e Comercial, or Bicbanco.
AaAaAa OCP said this figure is 13% higher than that recorded in Jan-Aug 2006, a normal year compared to 2007-2008 when the sector witnessed an exceptional conjuncture with the surge of the prices of phosphates and its derivatives.
The move has been seeing unjustified and only disrupt children's learning due to the exceptional and transitional conjuncture of the region.