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Both of these things have been stunted during the economic malaise of the last few years.
Mild winter weather, the European economic malaise and elevated oil prices contributed to a fall in demand growth in the last quarter of 2011, down 300,000 bpd to 89.
The wider economic malaise is placing pressure on household incomes in Egypt and, as predicted last quarter, there has been an impact on TE's overall total number of active subscribers.
Fixing the global economic malaise is not an amateur sport, but the Monday morning quarterbacks are now having their collective moments in the sun.
The ruling Democrats' choice of Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda to become prime minister -- the party's third since that historic election -- is uninspired and unlikely to provide the strong and creative leadership Japan needs to recover from the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster or its longer-term economic malaise.
In the next four chapters, the author identifies four widespread risks in the US financial system: 1) economic malaise 2) systemic economic crisis 3) potential depression 4) hyperinflation.
Financial fear in housing driven by weak consumer confidence, growing unemployment and economic malaise are contributing to a troubled real estate sector.
But Las Vegas, despite deep-running economic malaise, has become attractive once again because of low hotel rates, said Nevada CEOs, who claim conditions in the have finally bottomed out even as local economists counter that the worst is not over.
Court Committee chairman Edward Leigh said: "The size of the debt is increasing and the current economic malaise is only likely to make worse the rate at which debt can be recovered.
Anthony O'Keefe of DTZ, said: "Notwithstanding the current economic malaise, Cross 580 continues to attract occupiers and interest.
Given the combination of the economic malaise and the sensationalism that surrounds topics such as cloud computing and server virtualization, it is possible to surmise that nothing of significance is happening in the networking space.
Small businesses are the lifeblood of the region and are essential to spearhead its recovery from the current economic malaise.