Expanding economies

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  • With significant changes in technology, expanding economies, and international trade agreements, the global marketplace continues to grow and change rapidly. The United States imports approximately $1.2 trillion and exports $772 billion in goods per year. Import/Export Kit For Dummies provides entrepreneurs and small- to mid-sized businesses with the critical, entry-point information they need to begin exporting their products around the world and importing goods to sell in the U.S.

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  • The Political Economy of the World Trading System is a comprehensive textbook account of the economics, institutional mechanics and politics of the world trading system. This third edition has been expanded and updated to cover developments in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) since its formation, including the Doha Round, presenting the essentials of trade negotiations and the WTO's rules and disciplines.

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  • "Customer Relationship Management: The Winning Strategy in a Challenging Economy" As the economic environment continues to fluctuate, many organizations are asking themselves what strategies they can pursue to bring tangible business benefits while taking stock of the economic conditions. In a growth economy, businesses typically work hard to expand their customer base and spend aggressively to stoke the growth engine. When money is tight however, existing customer relationships grow in importance as organizations seek a cost-effective way to nurture business expansion.

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  • Working with friends is always a pleasure, but commenting on an outstanding product of friends is a greater pleasure. I have known Professors Aman Khan and W. Bartley Hildreth for many years. I now even occupy the same position at LSU that Professor Hildreth previously occupied. Over those years, I worked with them on several projects and found a great deal of joy in contributing with them to an improving literature of public budgeting and financial management.

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  • China stands front and center in the congressional debate on climate change, due to that nation’s contribution to global emissions and competitiveness in global trade. With its large population, rapidly expanding economy, and heavy reliance on coal, China now shares the lead in global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions with the United States. China’s GHG emissions are expected to continue growing in the years ahead based on projections of continuing rapid economic growth.

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  • Since the publication of the previous edition, the best-selling Handbook of Public Administration enters its third edition with substantially revised, updated, and expanded coverage of public administration history, theory, and practice. Edited by preeminent authorities in the field, this work is unparalleled in its thorough coverage and comprehensive references. This handbook examines the major areas in public administration including public budgeting and financial management, human resourcemanagement, decision making, public law and regulation, and political economy.

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  • These issues have brought us into contact with an expanded set of policymakers—both here and abroad. Under Dodd- Frank, established regulators like the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and new ones like the Financial Stability Oversight Council are writing rules that aˆect funds and their advisers. And worldwide, policymakers are adopting a more global stance. The Institute has worked to ensure that policy- makers understand the functioning and vital role of our funds. As always, our approach has been highly substantive and constructive.

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  • The challenge of alleviating poverty and improving living conditions for the poorest populations is a formidable one. It is increasingly apparent that such a betterment of the lot of poor people requires an effort that spans all sectors of the economy and may not be easy to achieve through economic growth alone. Improved access to financial services helps poor people by enabling payment transactions that then bring them into the formal sector.

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  • Extending Unemployment Insurance for 1.9 Million Women in 2012. Unemployment benefits provide income support for all members of the households in which recipients live. To date, more than 19 million laid-off workers have received federal Unemployment Insurance benefits, and more than 50 million workers and members of their households – roughly one in six Americans – have benefitted from this support. By expanding these benefits, the Administration was able to lift nearly 3.4 million people above the poverty line in 2010 alone.

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  • For this analysis it is useful to distinguish between roadway rehabilitation and expansion projects (Troth 2009). There is little controversy concerning the value of basic roadway rehabilitation, sometimes called fix it first (NGA 2004) or asset management (“Asset Management,” VTPI 2008). However, there is growing debate over the value of urban highway expansion (new road links, additional traffic lanes, expanded intersections, etc.) because they tend to induce additional vehicle travel and stimulate more dispersed, automobile-oriented land use development (sprawl). ...

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  • Mining has diminished as a major factor in the US economy, a consequence of the growth of other sectors, and the reduction in the prices for raw materials. Contrary to many popular predictions, the prices of raw materials have fallen even as output and population have grown. We will see later in this book that the fall in prices of raw materials – ostensibly in fixed supply given the limited capacity of the earth – means that people expect a relative future abundance, either because of technological improvements in their use or because of large as yet undiscovered...

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  • Standard setting bodies and different kind of organizations think about expanding financial reporting to a more informative business reporting. In 1994 the Special Committee on Finan- cial Reporting (often called the Jenkins committee) submitted the Comprehensive Report de- manding a re-orientation of financial reporting on information needs of investors and pro- moted a stronger future-orientation and focus on non-financial items 8 .

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  • Innovation is not only about inputs, however. A region’s economy must translate these inputs into productive outcomes: employment in high-technology firms, greater output per worker, the creation of patents, to name a few. By examining the output indicators, one can explore how well your economy converts innovation inputs into performance. Because the index is not dealing with simple linear relationships, there is no direct cause-and-effect connection between inputs and outputs. The innovation index is designed to show the innovation process more clearly.

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  • Young women work ñ in their homes, communities, schools, with other youth and in the labour force. Just like generations before them, they are working to improve their lives - and the lives of those around them - through everyday tasks such as helping a friend, caring for children, or finishing a homework assignment. But young women who live in poverty continue to find themselves unable to make our economy or society work for them.

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  • The most important accomplishment of the European Union is that it made war among its members impossible. Their in- terconnected economies have led to unprecedented prosperity for the EU’s 45 million citizens and have created the most profitable consumer market in the world. Other regional or- ganisations are studying the model of the EU, and may choose some elements – even if they are unlikely to adopt the same model, because no nation seeking to increase its economic power would be willing to see its national sovereignty dimin- ished.

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  • The immediate objective of social funds was to cushion the impacts of adjustment policies on the poorest, not to attack the structural causes of poverty. Although many experts stated that liberalization and global- ization policies would benefit the poorest sectors, what has been con- firmed is that the structural causes of poverty cannot be modified in the short or medium term only by expanding economies.

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  • Electric motors provide the driving power for a large and still increasing part of our modern industrial economy. The range of sizes and types of motors is large and the number and diversity of applications continues to expand. The computer on which this book is typed, for example, has several electric motors inside, in the cooling fan and in the disk drives. There is even a little motor that is used to eject the removable disk from its drive. All around us there are electrical devices that move things around. Just about everything in one’s life that whine, whirrs or...

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  • Ca Mau and Bac Lieu provinces were split from Minh Hai province in the beginning of 1997. Since then, the economy of Ca Mau province has grown rapidly and steadily. The provincial economic structure has changed in the direction of progressively expanding industry and services and reducing agriculture, forestry and fisheries.

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  • The 1980s and 1990s have been critical periods for Thailand’s development. After an initial period of instability in the early 1980s, Thailand’s economy expanded at an average pace of 9 percent p.a. during 1987–96, while the number of households below the poverty line dropped from 32.6 percent in 1988 to 16.3 percent in 1996. During this period, Thailand’s economy also underwent deep structural changes, including the liberalization of its financial sector and the integration of its economy with global financial and product markets.

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  • In order to expand economic co-operation with foreign countries and to make contribution to the modernization, industrialization and development of the national economy on the basis of the efficient exploitation and utilization of national resources;

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