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ec·o·nom·ic
/ˌekәˈnämik,ˌēkәˈnämik/
adjective
1. relating to economics or the economy.
"the government's economic policy"
2. justi韛�ed in terms of pro韛�tability.
"many organizations must become larger if they are to remain economic"

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Economic | De韛�ne Economic at Dictionary.com
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Economic de韛�nition, pertaining to the production, distribution, and use of income, wealth, and
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Economics - Wikipedia
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Increased trade in goods, services and capital between countries is a major effect of contemporary
globalization. The distinct 韛�eld of development economics examines economic aspects of the
economic development process in relatively low-income countries focusing on structural change,
poverty, and economic growth.
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Economics A-Z terms beginning with A | The Economist
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This is the simplest yardstick of economic performance. If one person, 韛�rm or country can produce
more of something with the same amount of effort and ...

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