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His remarks came after Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei in a letter to President Hassan Rouhani last Wednesday specified a number of conditions for implementing the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) agreed by Tehran and the world powers on July 14 which included prevention of excessive imports, specially consumption goods form the US.
On the eve of budget talks in Parliament, Euzdemir spoke to the ASO general assembly about rumors that the government has been pondering an increase in value-added tax (KDV) and private consumption tax (EuTV) on daily consumption goods, saying that government bodies should instead cut down on spending.
The net positive consumer sentiment based on the latest round of consumer expectations survey is expected to continue to drive consumption goods imports in the second quarter, Balisacan noted.
According to Verica Martinovska editor of 'In store" magazine there are already established domestic trade brands of wide consumption goods in Macedonia, and most of them are present in the Macedonian consumption basket.
Although changes in government spending on consumption goods yield a within-sector trade-off between private and public consumption expenditures, they do not influence the relative composition of productive resources across the two sectors that is crucial in validating agents' anticipation about a higher future return on capital.
Industry and Commerce Minister: Government keen on providing all consumption goods.
Relatively small group ( Elite ) captures vast wealth while leaving the entire society without basics need such as clean drinking water, electricity, shelter and consumption goods that define the absolute minimum resources necessary for long-term physical well-being.
Each firm qj produces and sells differentiated consumption goods on a non-competitive market (Cournot style, i.
4 million TEUs of imports, a majority of which are consumption goods utilized in and around the capital.
To examine this phenomenon further, figures 3 and 4 compare the PPI for personal consumption goods with the CPI for commodities and figures 5 and 6 compare the PPI for personal consumption services with the CPI for services.
Finally, although consumption goods imports remained as the best performer with a 9.
5 percent in the group of nondurable broad consumption goods, as an increase of 28.
It is concerned with the socially efficient way of allocating a primary factor (labour) between two sectors, one producing consumption goods and the other producing investment goods.
This fall in GDP, though a natural consequence of lower imports of consumption goods, is often mistakenly perceived as something to be avoided, because it seems to imply that output is below its "potential.
Housing differs from other consumption goods in important ways.