economic crisis

economic crisis
/ˌi:kənɒmɪk 'kraɪsɪs/, economic depression /ˌi:kəˌnɒmɪk dɪ'preʃ(ə)n/ noun
a situation where a country is in financial collapse
The government has introduced import controls to solve the current economic crisis.

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