so that the benefits of CPEC could trickle down
to the common man.
For the money to trickle down
to businesses and households banks have to clean up their balance sheets and governments have to act to lower their risk aversion.
economics is not so much a legislative policy and more a law of nature.
WASHINGTON -- Federal regulators on Friday banned excessive fuel surcharges by railroads and imposed strict rules on the fees that many companies this week credited with bolstering their quarterly earnings, though the savings were unlikely to trickle down
There is a trickle down
effect of energy prices through all goods and services," said Kenneth McCarthy, an economist at Cushman & Wakefield.
According to a source based in the South, producers of primary PET have announced price increases, but they have yet to trickle down
to the secondary market.
That rich people will spend their money, which eventually will trickle down
to the poor.
So, finally trickle down
became clear-as the rest of us were getting squeezed mercilessly at the gas pump, profits were trickling down into the coffers of the oil companies.
Usually automotive high-tech innovations are introduced on large luxury models and trickle down
to lesser vehicles.
making our customers more profitable, helping them make theirs more profitable and reap the trickle down
The obvious trickle down
effect of all this success means that more money will be spent in radio.
Although fashion trends from influential European textile shows in Milan and Paris will eventually trickle down
into color cosmetics, the process can take at least six months to reach beauty products, according to experts.
Virgin producers are expected to seek more increases in 2004, which will trickle down
to recycled resins.
If only that oil money could actually trickle down
to the people and communities who need it most--the 1.
It's only a matter of time before HIPAA guidelines trickle down
and are required for all firms handling confidential private data.