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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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1% in the rate on the quarter - the heat has been turned up on the Socialist government of President Francois Hollande to take more bold steps to combat France's entrenched economic malaise.
Mursi became Egypt's first freely elected leader in June 2012 but failed to tackle deep economic malaise and worried many Egyptians with his apparent efforts to tighten Islamist rule.
Largely insulated from the economic malaise that has impacted North America and Europe, Asia-Pacific economies are growing.
Pakistan and China are close diplomatic and military allies and Sharif, who is on his first foreign trip since his May election, is looking to secure infrastructure projects to tackle a chronic energy crisis and economic malaise in his country.
Pakistan and China are close diplomatic and military allies and Mr Sharif, who is on his first foreign trip since his May election, is looking to secure infrastructure projects to tackle a chronic energy crisis and economic malaise in his country.
Overall, however, the index has soared 37 per cent this year, a show of investor support for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his aggressive policies aimed at reversing years of economic malaise and deflation.
Rome, Jumada II 14, 1434, Apr 24, 2013, SPA -- Italy's new prime minister will have the uphill task of reconciling his centre-left Democratic Party (PD) with the idea of governing with its fiercest opponent, while leading efforts to reverse a deep economic malaise, dpa reported.
The statistics service said the protracted economic malaise also affected households' savings rate, which fell 5.
Musharraf has said he came home to "save" nuclear-armed Pakistan, which is afflicted by an economic malaise and near-daily attacks by the Taliban and other militants.
Disappointing holiday sales, an underwhelming reception to Windows 8, and continuing economic malaise that further crimped IT budgets marked the face of the market during the second half of 2012, leading to a year-on-year decline of 8.
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Saud Al Qasimi, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, said, "2012 inherited an ongoing economic malaise that has entangled developed nations in budget deficits and severe austerity measures, particularly in Europe.
He pointed out that 2012 had inherited an ongoing economic malaise that has entangled developed nations in budget deficits and severe austerity measures, particularly in Europe.