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Synonyms for import

Synonyms for import

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

Synonyms for import

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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The procedure of treating exportables and importables as a single class of goods (traded goods) is quite legitimate so long as the terms of trade are unaffected by events inside Australia.
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.
the key results of the Sjaastad-Clements model is that the proportional change in the price of nontraded goods is a weighted average of the proportional change in price of the two traded goods, with the weight being determined by compensated supply and demand elasticities of nontraded goods with respect to its own price and the price of importables and exportables.
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.
In the importable (m) and exportable (x) sectors, the profit-maximizing labor and output choices can be written as:
In what follows, we assume that importables are protected by a quota.
Domestic and world price vectors of the importable goods are represented by p[prime] = ([p[prime].
The capital/labour ratio of importables increased markedly relative to exportables from 1986 to 1996.
whether it is coming from increases in the price of importables or decreases in the price of exportables.
More precisely, a given amount of produced exportables is now changed against a smaller amount of importables.
Notice that a tightening of the quota (a decrease in Q) reduces the consumption of the importables (i.
Net capital inflows, which are spent on importables would have no effect on the real exchange rate directly.
The small open economy model includes three commodities namely, non-tradables, importables and exportables.
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.
L]] of shadow prices for non-tradeables and importables, [A.