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Bryan Atchison Jan 11
“The trade deficit is... a function of... the discrepancy between the value of goods and services purchased from or sold to either country. [Reducing it] does not generate money that the government can use to pay for a construction project” —,
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T. James-Moss Jan 15
Replying to @RealDLHughley
If China calls in these invoices, ain't gone be no work to do.
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Manufacturing Policy 21h
Fascinating new paper by Andrew Rose shows US exports are impacted by a President's favorability rating abroad. Unpopular President = Lower Exports ?
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Ian Fletcher 14h
Note the dollar’s sharp appreciation since 2011: about 34 percent. Time for Pres. Trump to get serious about this if he wants to end the job-destroying, deindustrializing, debt-proliferating trade deficit.
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Dr C.Srinivas Jan 10
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Sulaiman S Lalani Jan 15
So eventually will export from Moon; no more with ; there goes 's !
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IANS Tweets Jan 16
Replying to @ians_india
Despite mixed trends in the , advances 100 points over positive macro-data suggesting cooling and lower .
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IANS Tweets Jan 15
A marginal rise in India's , combined with lower , resulted in a lower for the country in December 2018 as compared to the same month of 2017, an official data showed.
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Business Standard Jan 15
The effective trade deficit shrunk to $13.08 billion, lowest in FY19 It was $16.67 billion in November. This was lower than the already bottom-trawling growth rate of 0.8 per cent in November last year, reports
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Asmeet Collection Jan 15
MarketsMorning: Indices defied a negative indication from the SGX Futures, as India's became narrower on account of favorable shifts in both Exports & Imports value. Though, is under pressure for 4th consecutive session. ↑+0.15% ↑+0.16%
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TFO Canada Jan 9
Canada’s Widened in November - TFO Canada
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TalkMarkets Jan 14
What's Behind The U.S. ?
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Advisorymandi.com Jan 15
's narrowed to $13.08 billion in December, the lowest in 10 months, due to a fall in imports, the trade ministry said in a statement on Tuesday. Read more at :
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Scott E. Kasden Jan 14
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
China? Guess what , our is up 17% year over year. Is that winning?
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Business Today Jan 15
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NXTGroup Jan 15
🇲🇨Indonesia posted wider-than-expected trade deficit in December.
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Mettis Global Jan 11
Pakistan’s Trade deficit in services improves by 40 percent YoY
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Jim Jan 14
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Getting tough on ? The with China continues to grow while that sold products to China are now suffering. Nobody asked for this or the that are costing more for products sold by China.
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Egypt Oil & Gas Jan 15
Egypt’s petroleum trade deficit dropped by 29% year-on-year (YOY) in the Q1 of fiscal year (FY) 2018/19, recording -$688.1 million, compared to -$970.4 million in the same period of FY 2017/18. For full Article:
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NXTGroup Jan 16
🇮🇳Indians are buying less and less gold and electronics and that's helping the economy.
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