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the difference in value over a period of time of a country's imports and exports of merchandise

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Business ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 In terms of favorable trade balance, however, Eastern Visayas registered the highest positive trade balance during the third quarter at P16.
Trade balance is the difference between the outflow and inflow,' the PSA said.
Other regions that had a positive trade balance were Central Luzon with P7.
The bulk of China's trade surplus is with the United States and the European Union, but the recovery during 2012-2014 reflects an improvement in the trade balance vis-a-vis the ASEAN countries, Japan and Korea (Figure 1).
In order to shed light on whether the Chinese trade surplus can be reduced through exchange rate policy, numerous empirical studies have examined the sensitivity of China's trade balance to movements in the real effective exchange rate of the renminbi in a multivariate context.
Most of them focus on the role of real exchange rates (5) in affecting trade balance, while others use gravity models to explain bilateral trade balances (6).
In theory, one would expect that, as government controls ease and exchange rates are allowed to move more freely, their impact on import prices, trade balances and inflation rates would increase.
The empirical results support higher trade balances leading to stricter merger policy.
25 Kyodo Vice Finance Minister Nobuaki Usui said Monday he will closely monitor the movement of Japan's politically sensitive trade balance with the United States over the medium term.
Having thoroughly investigated the properties of the baseline model, we then examine the robustness of our results by estimating the system using alternative measures of budget and trade balances.
trade balances the way people thought it did, so they invented a time
Furniture trade balances and degree of openness for main furniture markets
Indeed, while the individual, normalized trade balances are only performance indicators, deviations from their average correctly measure the intensity of specialization.
Second half trade balances are historically higher than first half.