01. The Korean [economy] suffered a serious setback in the mid 1990s.
02. The vast majority of [economists] maintain that immigration benefits our country financially.
03. This part of the country is [economically]-depressed because of the collapse of the fishing industry.
04. We need to find a more [economical] way to manufacture our products because our profit margin is too low.
05. [Economic] growth in this country has been quite consistent for the last few years.
06. Unfortunately, cutting taxes to stimulate the [economy] mainly helps those in the middle and upper classes.
07. There is a Chinese proverb which observes that it is not [economical] to go to bed early to save candles if the result is twins.
08. Oman's [economy] is based on petroleum, which accounts for 99 percent of export revenues.
09. A car operates at maximum [economy], gas-wise, at speeds between 25 and 35 miles per hour.
10. Children have rights that have to be respected, regardless of the [economic] situation that surrounds them.
11. [Economically], Luxembourg is the most successful country in Europe.
12. Marxists believe that [economic] factors are the key to understanding inequality.
13. In 1980, China established four special [economic] zones in order to attract foreign investors, technology and expertise.
14. A recent study stated that corrupt politicians and greedy business people in the developing world are putting private gain before the welfare of citizens and the [economic] development of their countries.
15. Costa Rica's basically stable [economy] depends on tourism, agriculture, and electronics exports.
16. The Vatican's unique, noncommercial [economy] is supported financially by contributions from Roman Catholics throughout the world, the sale of postage stamps and tourist souvenirs, fees for admission to museums, and the sale of publications.
17. Generations ago, marriage was primarily an [economic] arrangement in most cultures.
18. Studies show that women generally focus more on a man's [economic] status than on his appearance, probably because the woman carries most of the responsibility of rearing and nurturing the children.
19. It is totally [uneconomical] to leave your debts on your credit card. Even if you take out a loan to pay them off, you'll pay less interest.
20. The [economies] of the U.S. and Mexico are closely linked.
21. A leading [economist] suggests that this country will experience an important decrease in unemployment over the next few years.
22. Aneurin Bevan once said that freedom is the by-product of [economic] surplus.

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