invisible balance

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the difference in value over a period of time of a country's imports and exports of services and payments of property incomes

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Tourism earnings are again expected to rise, which, together with the higher EC transfers, would largely offset the increase in net factor payments abroad, so that the invisible balance may rise a little.
The overall balance of payments position was under pressure in 1989-90 due to sharp increase in trade deficit and decline in the invisible balance surplus.
Helped by a growing surplus of the invisible balance, the current account may swing into balance in 1995.
The resulting fall in the trade surplus along with a deterioration in the invisible balances is likely to result in a declining current account balance during the next two years.