If there were no accounting concept or set of data organized as the balance of international payments
, however, such misconceptions and errors would have nowhere to hide.
We have a genuine desire to increase imports and achieve greater balance of international payments
under the current account," the president said.
'China does not seek trade surplus; we have a genuine desire to increase imports and achieve greater balance of international payments
under the current account,' he said.
The country will help unleash domestic demand balance imports and exports balance overseas investment and outgoing investment and achieve a rough balance of international payments
The balance of international payments
, one of the widest gauges of trade for a country, logged a surplus for the seventh straight month, but it was smaller than the 577.3 billion yen surplus in July, the Finance Ministry said in a preliminary report.
of Tokyo, Japan) presents an economic history of Indonesia from the mid-19th century to the end of the 20th, focused on balance of international payments
and trade, the transformation of leading export industries and their key actors, and agriculture and the rural villages that served as the source of land and labor.
Yam, in his weekly column posted on the HKMA Web site, agreed with China's top central banker Zhou Xiaochuan that gradualism is the course for the reform of China's exchange rate regime and the balance of international payments
America's Achilles' heel is well known: its gargantuan appetite for consumption that is creating enormous deficits in the balance of international payments
. The result is a chronic shortage of money.
The CSO stressed, though, that the returns had to be assessed in the light of an annual balance of international payments
deficit for 2000 of pounds 683 million.
towards a more and more complex disequilibrium position, first in the domestic economy and then in the balance of international payments
In Canada, the results were published in the following issues of Canada's Balance of International Payments
(catalogue 67-001), a publication of Statistics Canada: Fourth Quarter 1973, Second Quarter 1976 and 1977, Third Quarter 1978 and 1979, First Quarter 1981, and Third Quarter 1981 through 1995.
The result was that The Post put on page one stories on subjects such as balance of international payments
and gold policy that other papers buried with the stock tables.