- n a form of protest by workers in which they deliberately slow down in order to cause problem from their employers
- He criticized Carter's go-slow approach to providing universal health care.
- All week Clinton wrestled with the conflicting advice offered by his foreign-policy makers, themselves divided between the go-slow counsel of Christopher and Joint Chiefs Chairman .
- Handed the Prime Minister's job by Congress party leader Sonia Gandhi in 2004, Singh has proved himself fairly adroit at balancing the need for further reform with the go-slow .
- Bill Lockyer in Business Report
ExxonMobil's go-slow approach in addressing greenhouse gas reductions and renewable energy sources places long-term shareholder value at risk,said California state treasurer Bill Lockyer, who serves on the board at Calpers and CalSTRS.
- Gordon Brown in guardian.co.uk
Brown wrote: "There can be no backtracking on reform, no go-slow, no reversals and no easy compromises."