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impact of American foreign trade on smaller economies
(The Institute Of National Planning., 1982-06)
In a large economy like the American economy with total imports a small proportion of output it is expected a prior that major sources of inflation would be domestic rather than imported» It is further expected that the ...
philosophy, practice, and some problems of priority of regional cooperation
(The Institute Of National Planning., 1984-03)
The complicated, sensitive, and interrelated global economic. political, and social systems which underpin modern societies are hardly governable at present; and that they will maintain so unless and until, on the one hand, ...
(The Institute Of National Planning., 1995-08)
During the last years, interest in energy problems has considerably increased all over the world. The use of energy is becoming one of the primary determinants of GDP growth, and it can be considered, even, as a measure ...