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Meaning of "economic climate" - Business English Dictionary

economic climate

noun [C]
 
 
ECONOMICS
the general condition of the economy in a particular country or in the world: There is opportunity to gain market share even in the current tough economic climate. The economic climate in this country will fundamentally change as people age.
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