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What is a worker slowdown?
The government may exercise appropriate monetary or fiscal policies. However, the degree to which the government should interfere in the economy is a matter of continuing deba…te, beginning with the FDR administration and the Great Depression of the 1930's. appropriate budgetary policy
To demonstrate the importance of worker-employer cooperation. apex
By buying bonds in the open market(correct answer for apex)
the explosion of the Columbia and the challenger
it can be used as "slowdown" or "slow down" they both pretty much mean the same thing.
By buying bonds in the open market
Answer 1 This may be valid in developed countries as in the European Union and the Us as those countries are not in no much need of more energy as well as they they succeeded …in increasing the life time of their nuclear power plants from 40 to 60 years. However, in other countries as China, India, South korea, Countries of Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East countries there are lots on nuclear power plants under construction at a high rate. Answer 2 Additionally, many developed countries are afraid of the types of nuclear meltdown that Chernobyl and Fukushima have made famous. Answer 3The Chernobyl nuclear accident consequences were exaggerated in the eyes of developing countries just to distract them from adopting nuclear power programs. Ukraine where Chernobyl accident happened has 15 operating nuclear power plants and two under construction. The Japan earthquake that happened in March 2011 was the strongest in Japan history and was accompanied by more than 14 meter high Tsunami that resulted in 20 thousands victims and the loss of external power as well as the emergency diesel and the emergency batteries. The reactor did not break as well as the concrete containment and there was no above limits radiation exposures to the public. There was no reactor victims except two that died because of the tsunami.
all of the answers are correct
I would say recession witch is an economic slump. the answer is all answers are correct
What happens when a dealer has an inventory of used cars that do not sell due to general slowdown in the economy?
All businesses are forced to ammend their practices to deal with the changing conditions of the economy. In this case, it is likely that the dealer will begin offering deals..…..lower prices, feature days, featured vehicles, anything to get customers in the door. Around me, dealers are now accepting trade ins at above their recommended value. When it comes down to it, capitalism will eventually force them to liquidate in order to turn a profit in some way. Remember....sitting on a car, as it gets older, its value will decrease whether it is being driven or not. So evenatually, in a continued economic downturn, this dealer will start slashing his prices to make room for new used vehicles, as well as make the profits roll in to his bank account (he has made an investment in these cars, and he will want to make a return...or else his business flounders).
In the 1990s, Japan experienced an economic slowdown because of deflation. The country's economy has since recovered.