economically : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • r  with respect to economic science
    economically this proposal makes no sense
  • r  in an economical manner
  • r  with respect to the economic system
    economically the country is worse off

  • Americans are being driven into the ground economically, with one million school children now homeless, while Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke announces that the recession is .
  • This week's PTI cover package kicks off year-long commitment to living in, reporting from the economically battered Motor City.
  • The Democratic Party's strength comes from its core commitment to the American Dream and from a coalition that is ideologically, economically, geographically and ethnically diverse.
News & Articles

  • PLAINSBORO: Business Partnership trade show June 11
    PLAINSBORO — As the township continues to flourish economically, it has recently become the go-to place for more businesses and companies to set up shop. Soon, the community will be able to get to meet some of them.
    June 12, 2013 - The Princeton Packet
  • An Economic Game of Softball
    How to, economically, set up a winning team in the game of softball. A look at different statistics that make up the ideal player, and the stats that decide who is, accurately, more of an asset than who. Contributor: B.M. Theodore Published: Jun 08, 2013
    June 11, 2013 - Associated Content
  • Older Americans are falling short financially
    The golden years aren’t turning out to be that golden for many current seniors and retirees, according to two reports that shed light on which older Americans are most likely to be economically vulnerable.A new report from the Economic Policy Institute finds that black, Hispanic or female seniors, or people 80 and older are more likely to face economic woes than other older Americans.“Public ...
    June 11, 2013 - MSNBC

  • Barack Obama in USA Today
    If there was ever a detonation in New York City, or London, or Johannesburg, the ramifications economically, politically and from a security perspective would be devastating,Obama said before meeting with South African President Jacob Zuma.
  • Sir Richard Dannatt in The Guardian
    He told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme: "The intention when we went into southern Afghanistan was to try to get the country on its feet economically. We all know it didn't turn out that way. We spread our small resources thinly and that inevitably...
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in
    A China that has made enormous progress economically and is emerging to take its rightful place in global leadership should examine openly the darker events of its past,said Mrs Clinton, the US secretary of State, in a rare criticism.

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