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Most of them the country shares with other advanced economies: an aging population; a public sector that is inefficient and overexpanded to the point of crowding out the private sector; serious competitive challenges to the private sector, mostly from abroad.
The Coalition's First Year Warwick Lightfoot 2011
Lowe's last month seemed to heed calls that it overexpanded, as it moved to shut 20 stores and greatly slow future openings in an effort to improve its profitability.
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The league is now overexpanded and overpriced, misplaced and misdirected.
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The U.S. is younger and has a two party system proclaiming freedom and democracy with both parties confined to supporting capitalist governance of an overexpanded economy and an aggressive military that is out of control.
We are still suffering layoffs from industries that overexpanded in the 1980s.
Actually, most did. 01 was a recovery phase for the telcos that had overexpanded.
The story of ETNs resembles that of many other fixed-income instruments: a good idea that may have overexpanded in the waning days of the bull market and now faces a very difficult sell with newly skeptical investors.
But the company overexpanded, and moved too far away from classic clothes (exhibit A: vests).
Filling In The Gap 2007
The New York Times reported that Republicans in Congress “were gearing up to use Graeme as evidence that Democrats have overexpanded the health program to include families wealthy enough to afford private insurance” but had “backed off” as the case fell apart.
U.S. television ratings for this year's championship series, between the Tampa Bay Lightning and Calgary Flames, were miniscule, scoring has plummeted and many feel the league has overexpanded.