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English definition of “economy-wide”

economy-wide

adjective
 
 
ECONOMICS
involving the whole of a country's economy: Employment in services fell by 50,000 last month, contributing to the slight rise in the economy-wide unemployment rate.
(Definition of economy-wide from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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