We are in a double-dip recession and if the Bank of England's figures - predicting near zero growth in 2012 - are accurate, we're heading into a flatline economic Sahara with no hope on the horizon.
What does NZG stand for?
NZG stands for Near Zero Growth (Michelin tire)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 4 other meanings of NZG in our Acronym Attic
- New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga
- Non Zero Flight Time (flight simulator)
- New Zealand Forces Technical Order (New Zealand Army)
- New Zealand FreeBSD (Free Berkeley Software Distribution) User Group
- New Zealand Federation of University Women
- New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse
- New Zealand Federation of Voluntary Welfare Organisations
- New Zealand Farmers Weekly
- New Zealand Fashion Week
- New Zealand Four Wheel Drive Association Inc.
- Nederlandsch Zendeling Genootschap (Dutch: Netherlands Missionary Society; est. 1797)
- New Zealand Gazette (government newspaper)
- New Zealand Geographer (journal; New Zealand Geographical Society)
- New Zealand Golf
- Niman, Zemans, Gelgoot LLP (law firm; Toronto, ON, Canada)
- New Zealand Garrison Artillery
- New Zealand Geothermal Association (International Geothermal Association)
- New Zealand Gliding Association
- New Zealand Golf Association
- New Zealand-German Business Association Inc. (non-profit organization; est. 1983; New Zealand)
Samples in periodicals archive:
5 percent growth in 2010 - after two years of near zero growth - and received the largest total number of applications (490, 226).
The biggest threat to the economy comes from near zero growth in the money supply.
We stand by our original forecast of a near zero growth rate for the full year.
consumer confidence and will likely push the country into a recession for at least the third and fourth quarters of 2001, with the global economy at near zero growth,'' it said.
I remember years ago when DEC was growing 30 or 50% a year and they suddenly were hit with a near zero growth year.
At a meeting Thursday of the Council of Economic and Fiscal Policy, Takenaka is reportedly planning to say the economy in fiscal 2001 will achieve near zero growth.
The result has been a near zero growth rate in the North American beer market over the last ten to fifteen years.