Commodities and services

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  • There are awfully many introductory expositions of economics available. Why bother to write another? Well, think of economics as a gigantic architecture with deep cellar vaults and high towers. It has gorgeous dining halls, remote chambers, and balconies that allow breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. In this allegory, the author of a textbook is a guide and the readership a group of visitors taken on a tour of the complex. The architecture is large and the time the visitors may spend is short (moreover, they are easily bored and tire fast).

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  • Another major role of marketing relates to change in ownership. Agricultural goods, like most other goods, have value only in terms of their usefulness -- utility -- to consumers. The pricing and exchange functions associated with possession are the heart of marketing. Pricing is the determination of market values in terms of money. Buyers and sellers at a given time agree on a common evaluation. Prices may vary from day to day or hour to hour, depending on demand and supply. But, in time, prices of different commodities seek different levels in accordance with...

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  • XXXIV. THE ECONOMICS OF WAR 1. Total War market economy involves peaceful cooperation. It bursts asunder when the citizens turn into warriors and, instead of exchanging commodities and services, fight one another. The wars fought by primitive tribes did not affect cooperation under the division of labor.

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  • The marketing of agricultural commodities in the United States is done by a private enterprise system. It involves millions of individual decisions (to grow, to buy, to sell, to store, to ship) on the part of farmers, marketing men, and consumers. Agricultural marketing is a huge national and international operation. The marketing system is intricate. It is sensitive to many economic and international developments, which include strikes, weather, political upheavals and related factors that affect marketing activities.

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  • Through efforts by the Ministry of Commerce, together with the cooperation of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and several other development partners under the framework of the Diagnostic Trade Integration Strategy in 2007, 19 commodities and services subsectors with high export potential and strong contribution to human development were identified. The list was submitted to the Government of Cambodia for action. The rubber industry ranked among the top five sectors with high export potential and medium-high contribution to human development.

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  • XXX. INTERFERENCE WITH THE STRUCTURE OF PRICES 1. The Government and the Autonomy of the Market INTERFERENCE with the structure of the market means that the authority aims at fixing prices for commodities and services and interest rates at a height different from what the unhampered market would have determined.

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  • Trade exchanges of wealth, goods, services, knowledge, money, etc. between two or more partners, and can get a certain value (in cash through price) or bygoods and services, such as in the form of barter trade (barter). In this process, the seller is the provision of goods, commodities, services ... to the buyer, in exchange for the buyer will pay the seller a certain equivalent value.

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  • This book deals with the most fascinating subject in stock and commodity analysis. It is the integration of Nature's Law (seen as a behavioral phenomenon) into price studies to create a serious and reliable investment tool. New discoveries with the Fibonacci summation series open the window for a price-time analysis that can pinpoint tops and bottoms with a stunning accuracy

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  • Experiences differ from services • Experiences and services are distinct offerings. • Experiences are as distinct from services as services are from products. • Services are performed for the person (or property), experiences happen within the person. • A result (benefit) of the paid experiences is the creation of a lasting memory. To an extreme, experiences even change the individual(transformation). The individual pays not just foranother product or service, but the experience.

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  • Over the next 10 years, federal spending on crop insurance is projected to outpace spending on traditional commodity programs by about one-third, which might capture the attention of budget cutters looking for potential sources of savings. Insurance companies, farm groups, and some members of Congress are concerned that additional reductions in federal support will negatively impact the financial health of the crop insurance industry and possibly jeopardize the delivery of crop insurance.

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  • Given the importance of the insurance sector, its potential for growth, rapidly emerging trends within the sector including the trend towards liberalization of insurance services, it is essential to clearly understand the challenges and opportunities that arise from both the development of the insurance sector as well as its liberalization for developing countries.

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  • XVII. INDIRECT EXCHANGE 1. Media of Exchange and Money INTERPERSONAL exchange is called indirect exchange if, between the commod-mities and services the reciprocal exchange of which is the ultimate end of exchanging, one or several media of exchange are interposed.

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  • As well as a rise in total consumption, there have been changes in the pattern of consumption. First, most consumer expenditure is on food, clothing, and basic commodities. These items account for nearly 80% of all consumer expenditure, with expenditure on food alone responsible for 50% of consumption spending. Second, expenditure on foodstuffs as a proportion of total expenses has declined, falling from 13% in 1982, to 8% in 1986, and to less than 7% in 1990.

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  • International  education  has  a  considerable  economic  presence  in  Australia.  This  is most  clearly  seen  in  a  comparison  of  export  income  data.  For  2009,  the  ABS  calculates  that  service exports attributable  to Education‐related  travel  services were equal  to around $18  billion. 12  This  includes all expenditure attributable to  international students  in Australia, be  it  fees  or  living  expenses.

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  • The presence of children is also a factor. Women who postponed having children after age 28 earned at least 6% more in 1998 than women who had their children earlier. This is because wage growth and promotion opportunities occur early in on womenís careers. 4 A 1996 Canadian study found that low paid workers tended to be young and female, with an education of high school or less. In addition, they often worked part time in service occupations.

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  • Under our proposal, the Federal Reserve and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) would maintain their respective roles in the supervision and regulation of state- chartered banks, and the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) would maintain its authorities with regard to credit unions. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) would maintain their current responsibilities and authorities as market regulators, though we propose to harmonize the statutory and regulatory frameworks for futures and securities.

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  • Sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) is a phrase used to encompass fundamental human rights relating to people’s sexual and reproductive health, as well as services that are required to ensure that all people can fully realise these rights.

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  • Reduce hiv risk and vulnerability in settings of humanitarian concern. Contingency plans for essential HIV services should be part of national HIV plans in order to ensure continuity of HIV treatment and care in settings of humanitarian concern, including buffer stocks of essential medicines and commodities (including antiretroviral medicines, condoms, diagnostic assays, opioid analgesics and sterile injecting supplies).

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  • This paper looks at the latest trends in the market with respect to core system replacement and outlines Microsoft’s strategy for larger banks that are considering a service-oriented architecture (SOA)–based approach to migrating their legacy core systems from mainframe and midrange platforms to a new generation of commodity hardware platforms that run the Windows Server® operating systemand that are capable of supporting the largest core banking operations.

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  • The last decade has seen a substantial change in the way we perceive and use computing resources and services. A decade ago, it was normal to expect one’s computing needs to be serviced by localised computing platforms and infrastructures. This situation has changed; the change has been caused by, among other factors, the take-up of commodity computer and network components, the result of faster and more capable hardware and increasingly sophisticated software.

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