invisible earnings


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invisible earnings

npl (Econ) → partite fpl invisibili
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In short, Britain is now living off massive invisible earnings.
I imagine they provide work for thousands in the UK and bring in billions from invisible earnings.
Oh, and our "world class" financial services sector, generating lots of lovely "invisible earnings" through what proves to have been the banking equivalent of the three card trick.
Existing highways have been submerged in invisible earnings. A change in direction is essential.
Not only that--because Africa's exports are bulk products (timber logs alone account for a huge amount of money earned by shipowners in Europe and America; as do cocoa, coffee and unprocessed ores like bauxite and manganese), Africa contributes a lot to the invisible earnings of Europe and America--through payments obtained in respect of shipping, insurance, brokerage and stevedoring.
UNILEVER'S Flintshire-based European IT services centre brings millions of pounds in invisible earnings into the country, said the company's UK chairman.
In August 1945, Keynes, at best, was only able to `guesstimate' Britain's invisible earnings, while Chancellor Cripps was forced to admit in the White Paper of 1948 that such was the inadequacy of the information about the invisible exports sector that the status of `this field was rather uncertain'.
[TABULAR DATA OMITTED] The current account balance swung into surplus in the second quarter of 1994, owing to rising exports, a steep drop in imports and a recovery in invisible earnings.
Invisible earnings from coffee exports are twice those gained from rubber and four times cocoa and tea.
The philosophy of irresponsible capitalism is now under the microscope; would that Christ and Mohammed could see us flailing about lost in invisible earnings.
The City may have been the main provider of invisible earnings in the past, but its inhabitants stuffed their own pockets, leaving the remainder of the country in tatters.