“Decrease” in the news
|decrease the risk|
|increase or decrease|
Publications and example sentences
· Gujarat poised to witness 40% hike in summer groundnut crop →
Another important crop, mung also witnessed a downward trend as production during the current season is projected to have declined to 20,200 MT from 28,080 MT in 2018-19, a decrease of 28%.
· Taking up a hobby may help stave off depression →
The researchers also found that during the course of the study, taking up a hobby appeared to be linked with a 30 per cent decrease in the risk of experiencing depression, as well as a decrease in depressive symptoms among both men and women.
· Singapore cuts 2020 forecasts for NODX, total trade again on back of COVID-19 hit, lower oil prices →
Exports of non-electronic products rose by 8.1 per cent over the year in the first quarter, improving from the 0.3 per cent decrease in the earlier quarter, thanks to surges in specialised machinery, non-monetary gold and pharmaceuticals.
· Online, health care industries to give new chance for S. Korean exports: KITA →
Despite being one of first countries to bring the COVID-19 pandemic under control, South Korea has been suffering from a sharp decrease in its exports, as its major partners have yet to fully normalize economic activities.
· (LEAD) Samsung heir questioned over 2015 merger of key affiliates →
Samsung C&T also reported an 11 percent decrease in sales in the first half of 2015 and suffered steady falls in its stock prices, which led to a merger ratio of 1:0.35 favorable to Cheil Industries.
· Pioneer Natural Resources Is Looking Even Better After The Earnings Release →
This reduction, however, didn't result in a commensurate decrease in production.
· CEL-SCI: What's Next →
This is what we believe happened with Multikine: a decreasing event rate due to the “delayed clinical effect”.
· One-person households remain poor despite more state support: report →
In contrast, the figure for all households in the country decreased 0.8 percentage point to 16.3 percent over the cited period.
· NRL's idea to return crowds to stadiums within weeks ‘absurd and dangerous’, says doctors’ association →
V’landys, the driving force behind the NRL becoming the first major Australian league to resume competition this week, said the league’s plan would respect government and expert health advice, and would be dependent on the continued decreased of case numbers of the coronavirus.
· Yelp Promises Tremendous Gains →
Social distancing psychology will certainly decrease the demand for restaurants during this pandemic.