balance of international payments


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a system of recording all of a country's economic transactions with the rest of the world over a period of one year

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"China is maintaining rapid economic growth, has foreign exchange reserves of 146.5 billion dollars and also an equilibrium in its balance of international payments," Zhu said.
The proposition of higher taxes - besides being a burden to the people - would in reality become a new form of "cost-push" inflation with all the known troubles both for the domestic economy and the balance of international payments.
Statistics Canada also published a shortened version n the December 1992 Canadian Economic Observer and in Canada, Balance of International Payments, Third Quarter 1992.
The surplus in the balance of international payments, one of the widest gauges of trade for a country, dropped despite a rise in direct investment income.
Dai Xianglong, governor of the People's Bank of China, told a news conference in Beijing that China will try to stabilize the currency by keeping the balance of international payments in equilibrium.
As if this were not enough, the same British economy has to suffer in addition the negative effects of a chronic deficit in the balance of international payments which, in fact, is propagating an external inflation of the British pound.
Statistics Canada also published a shortened version in the December 1992 Canadian Economic Observer and in Canada's Balance of International Payments, Third Quarter 1992
A self-regulating mechanism in the balance of international payments
The surplus in the balance of international payments, one of the widest readings of trade for a country, decreased despite a recovering income account surplus, which signaled the county has earned more on foreign investments.
The surplus in the balance of international payments, one of the widest gauges of trade for a country, dropped 41.3 percent from a year earlier and was the smallest for the April-September period since comparable data became available in 1985, the Finance Ministry said in a preliminary report.
The surplus in the balance of international payments, one of the widest gauges of trade in goods and services for a country, dropped 41.3 percent from a year earlier and was the smallest for the April-September period since comparable data became available in 1985, the Finance Ministry said in a preliminary report.
The surplus in the balance of international payments, one of the widest gauges of trade for a country, rose 4.2 percent to 454.7 billion yen, marking the first rise in 18 months, the Finance Ministry said in a preliminary report.
But the balance of international payments, one of the widest gauges of trade for a country, continued showing strength on the robustness of foreign direct and portfolio investments by Japanese firms.
The balance of international payments, one of the widest gauges of trade for a country, deteriorated for the 17th straight month, the Finance Ministry said in a preliminary report.
The balance of international payments, the widest gauge of trade for a country covering goods and services trade as well as overseas investments, fell 45.0 percent from a year earlier, the Finance Ministry said in a preliminary report.
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