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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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Pakistan's exports are either stagnant or dwindling over the period of last half a decade and no one knows who should be held accountable for this grave mistake which has emerged as one of the detrimental reasons for the economic malaise in the country at present.
financial crisis bailout protestors In many MENA countries today, virtually everyone's education is suffering, owing to decades of conflict, displacement, and economic malaise. In South Sudan, for example, at least 2.2 million children are not in school -- one of the highest rates globally, according to a new report by the Global Initiative on Out-of-School Children.
For, besides enumerating some of the economic and infrastructural achievements, there was nothing to show towards uniting the country and entrenching national values, which, if religiously adhered to, would end the festering social, political and economic malaise afflicting the nation.The President and Mr Odinga must deliver tangible programmes to secure national unity and prosperity.
She added: "This is worrying not only for the car industry but it speaks to a deeper economic malaise with anaemic economic growth figures this year and real wages lower than 10 years ago."
The election is one of the most unpredictable in modern French history, as a groundswell of anti-establishment feeling and frustration at France's economic malaise has seen a growing number of voters turn their backs on the mainstream parties.
The group's problems reflect the economic malaise in Greece, which has required three international bailouts since 2010 as it battled a debt crisis.
Malaysia's economic malaise has worsened in recent months after Malaysian investigators had found nearly $700 million in mysterious deposits in Najib's bank accounts.
Faced with economic malaise and rising rates of addiction and crime, they blamed addicts and pushers.
Meanwhile, Asian stock markets were lackluster Wednesday as investors digested a fall in Chinese home prices and Japan's scramble to overcome its economic malaise. Japan's Nikkei 225 fell 0.3 percent to 17,288.75.
Ed was the first to identify the dangers our economic malaise posed not just to the poorest but also to vast swathes of middle-income Britain and he has developed a radical yet credible agenda to meet it.
A common concern at the event, which was hosted by Australian treasurer Joe Hockey, was the risk that Europe's economic malaise was pulling others down, although German finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble emphasised the need for structural reforms and strict budget controls.
Meanwhile, the general economic malaise means many of them cannot find employment.