economic

economic
adjective
(a) (relating to the economy) économique
economic activity tables tableaux m pl d'activité économique;
economic adviser conseiller(ère) m, f économique;
economic agent acteur m ou agent m économique;
economic aid aide f économique;
economic analysis analyse f économique;
economic appraisal évaluation f économique;
economic authorities instances f pl économiques;
economic boom essor m économique;
economic climate climat m économique;
economic cost coût m économique;
economic council conseil m économique;
economic crisis crise f économique;
economic cycle cycle m conjoncturel ou économique;
economic development croissance f par habitant ou per capita;
economic downturn ralentissement m économique;
economic efficiency efficacité f économique;
economic embargo embargo m économique;
economic factor facteur m économique;
economic forces forces f pl économiques;
economic forecast prévisions f pl économiques;
economic growth croissance f ou expansion f économique;
economic growth rate taux m de croissance ou d'expansion économique;
economic indicator indicateur m économique;
economic integration intégration f économique;
economic interest group groupement m d'intérêt économique;
economic life (of machinery, product) vie f économique, durée f de vie utile;
economic lot size série f économique;
economic machinery mécanismes m pl économiques;
economic measure mesure f économique;
EU Economic and Monetary Union Union f économique et monétaire;
economic order quantity quantité f économique de commande;
economic performance résultats m pl économiques;
economic plan plan m économique;
economic planning planification f économique;
economic player acteur ou agent économique;
economic policy politique f économique;
economic principles principes m pl économiques;
economic profit résultat économique;
economic prospects prévisions conjoncturelles ou économiques;
economic rate of return taux de rentabilité économique;
economic recession récession f économique;
economic recovery reprise f ou redressement m économique;
economic research étude f économique;
economic revival relance f économique;
economic sanctions sanctions f pl économiques;
economic sector secteur m économique;
economic situation conjoncture f économique;
economic slump dépression f économique;
economic stranglehold mainmise f économique;
economic strategy stratégie f conjoncturelle;
economic trend tendance f ou conjoncture économique;
economic union union économique;
ACCOUNTANCY economic value added valeur f ajoutée économique;
economic warfare guerre f économique
(b) British (profitable) rentable;
to make sth economic rentabiliser qch
economic batch série f économique;
economic batch quantity effectif m de série économique

English-French business dictionary. 2013.

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