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downturn

a drop or reduction in the success of a business or economy
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Laura Gardiner, senior policy analyst at the Resolution Foundation, said: "The West Midlands experienced a longer downturn than many other parts of the UK and it's recovery in recent years has been sluggish.
British provider of financial services HSBC on Monday reported that the long-term global economic downturn will be felt for a number of decades to come, according to a new report by the bank.
The ratings agency said that Canada's big banks should be able to withstand a moderate to severe housing downturn, even though they might be stretched in doing so.
Considering a downturn economic environment some executives would look for opportunities to extract asset bargains that will assist them in growing and creating future value for their stakeholders.
Only a fifth of the UAE's richest individuals have felt any significant impact from the global downturn, reports Emirates 24-7.
Nearly half of Welsh businesses surveyed expected the impact of the downturn to affect their organisation for another one to two years, with a third expecting an earlier end.
The CIOs surveyed were implementing new strategies to improve the organisation during the downturn.
Many executives may be questioning the survival of their companies, but an aggressive attitude and quick adjustments to respond as needed in a dynamic environment will make surviving more achievable and will provide greater opportunity as the downturn eases.
The typical reaction by metalcasters to an economic downturn is to cut everything.
The Taskforce was set up to co-ordinate the public sector response to the economic downturn and Advantage West Midlands has createdwww.
The media and many financial analysts compare today's recession to the downturn of the early 1990s, or the downturn of 2001 and some have even dubbed it 'the second worst U.
A look at the recently released data shows that the downturn in housing continued through September.