economic

economic
economic [{{t}}‚i:kə'nɒmɪk]
adjective
(a) {{}}Economics{{}} (growth, system, recovery) économique
(b) (profitable) rentable;
economic rent loyer rentable;
it isn't economic, it doesn't make economic sense ce n'est pas rentable ou avantageux;
to make sth economic rentabiliser qch
(c) {{}}familiar{{}} (inexpensive) économique
►► economic adviser conseiller(ère) m,f économique;
economic aid aide f économique;
economic analysis analyse f économique;
economic appraisal évaluation f économique;
economic climate climat m économique;
economic cost coût m économique;
economic crisis crise f économique;
economic development croissance f par habitant ou per capita;
{{}}Finance{{}} Economic and Financial Council of Ministers Conseil m Ecofin;
economic forecast prévisions fpl économiques;
economic growth rate taux m d'expansion économique;
economic indicator indicateur m économique;
{{}}Commerce{{}} economic life durée f de vie utile;
{{}}Politics{{}} economic migrant émigrant m de la faim ou pour des raisons économiques;
economic miracle miracle m économique;
{{}}Politics{{}} & {{}}Finance{{}} Economic and Monetary Union union f économique et monétaire;
economic performance (of country) résultats mpl économiques;
economic policy politique f économique;
economic prospects prévisions fpl conjoncturelles ou économiques;
economic rate of return taux f de rentabilité économique;
economic recovery reprise f ou redressement m économique;
economic sanctions sanctions fpl économiques;
economic situation conjoncture f économique;
{{}}British{{}} Economic and Social Research Council = organisme chargé de distribuer des subventions pour la recherche en sciences sociales;
economic trend tendance f ou conjoncture f économique;
{{}}Accountancy{{}} economic value added valeur f ajoutée économique;
{{}}Marketing{{}} economic value to the customer valeur f économique apportée au consommateur

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