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Meaning of "the new economy" - Business English Dictionary

the new economy

noun [S]
 
 
ECONOMICS
activities based on knowledge and information, rather than traditional industries such as manufacturing: Software and electronic equipment have been the drivers of the new economy. →  Compare the old economy
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