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to have or convey a particular idea

to be of significance or importance

the general sense or significance, as of an action or statement

the gist of a specific action or situation

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commodities (goods or services) bought from a foreign country

an imported person brought from a foreign country

a meaning that is not expressly stated but can be inferred

having important effects or influence

transfer (electronic data) into a database or document

indicate or signify

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x]) denotes how much more or less cash the consumer spends on importables relative to that spent on the exportable good or, alternatively, the mark-up over the relative prices of importables q faced by a consumer.
Importables, in contrast, would be harmed by the reduction in tariff and nontariff barriers and would be forced to compete more directly with imported goods.
From standard properties of the expenditure and GDP functions, we know that the Hicksian demand functions for importable goods are [e.
The capital/labour ratio of importables increased markedly relative to exportables from 1986 to 1996.
Ceteris paribus, firms would purchase importables prior to the anticipated devaluation and hold them to collect capital gains.
Interestingly, we find that if the consumption of the exportable commodity requires larger cash balances than the consumption of the importable, then contrary to standard results, an import quota may promote national welfare.
whether it is coming from increases in the price of importables or decreases in the price of exportables.
Terms of trade can be represented by the external relative price of exportables to importable.
2~ is the marginal propensity to consume the importable goods: |m.
It is worth noting that the size of the market in the host country is likely to influence the FDI undertaken to produce importables rather than exportables.
Notice, however, that in the incomplete asset market set up of our model, we cannot allow the writing of contracts on both importables and exportables because this may violate the zero balance of trade assumption.
The small open economy model includes three commodities namely, non-tradables, importables and exportables.
This finding is an indication towards the nature of change in the tastes and technology for importables in Pakistan and the authors can explore its implications for the import policy of Pakistan.
Selection of these three sectors is dictated by the availability of data on these sectors, and the fact that the majority of the emigrants belong to these sectors: We consider agricultural goods as exportables and manufacturing goods as importables because Pakistan is a net exporter of agricultural goods and a net importer of manufacturing goods.
In the case of a small-economy model, a country is assumed to be a price taker in the world market for importables and exportables alike.