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As one would expect, productivity growth has slowed along with the economy.
Participants agreed that activity in the office leasing market has slowed considerably compared with 2000, with landlords more apt to give concessions to tenants.
Two other cars behind her also slowed but Charles Smith, 34, of Altadena, driving a 1985 GMC Jimmy, pulled into the westbound lane to pass the slowing cars, officers said.
The pace of business inventory accumulation slowed sharply in January from the fourth-quarter rate.
Even though many analysts believe that growth has slowed in the April-June quarter to around 3.
The trade deficit with Canada also worsened as Canadian growth slowed markedly.
The key question examined in the "Q-Series" report is whether this slowdown is due to a softening economic environment, whether outsourcing to China/Asia has slowed, or whether China's gain in manufacturing has been detrimental to other exporting countries, in effect, offering a zero-sum game.
Monitoring the jets with the orbiting Chandra X-ray Observatory over the past 2 years, researchers have viewed the jets as they traveled at half the speed of light, slowed down, and faded.
Office properties are seeing more sublet space become available and leasing has slowed from last year's pace.
It has slowed tumor growth without major side effects, they said.
The information reviewed at this meeting suggested that the pace of economic expansion, though still substantial, might have slowed somewhat recently.
1 percent in 2004, the fastest growth rate recorded in nearly 30 years, but Adams warns that growth slowed in each consecutive quarter and world growth is expected to slow by a full percentage point this year with more slowing to come in 2006.