BEC Economic Theory review 17

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  1. how is a deficit equalized?
    a deficit also called an unfavorable balance of payments is equalized by additional exports or reductions in reserves.
  2. how is a surplus equalized?
    a surplus is equalized by additional imports or increases in reserves.
  3. what are the consequences of being debtor nation?

    1. ------------------------------

    2. a reserves reduction may lead to devaluation of money, inflation  and increased exports.  There may be increased political pressure for trade protectionism.

    3. a decline in net imports and shrinking of the deficit in balance of payments.

    4. interest rates kept high to curb inflation and encourage foreign investments increased savings may occur as a result of economic uncertainty or high interest.
    1. part of the GDP is used for debt service

    2. a reserves reduction may lead to devaluation of money, inflation  and increased exports.  There may be increased political pressure for trade protectionism.

    3. a decline in net imports and shrinking of the deficit in balance of payments.

    4. interest rates kept high to curb inflation and encourage foreign investments increased savings may occur as a result of economic uncertainty or high interest.
  4. what are the consequences of being debtor nation?

    1. part of the GDP is used for debt service

    2. -------------------------------------

    3. a decline in net imports and shrinking of the deficit in balance of payments.

    4. interest rates kept high to curb inflation and encourage foreign investments increased savings may occur as a result of economic uncertainty or high interest.
    1. part of the GDP is used for debt service

    2. a reserves reduction may lead to devaluation of money, inflation  and increased exports.  There may be increased political pressure for trade protectionism.

    3. a decline in net imports and shrinking of the deficit in balance of payments.

    4. interest rates kept high to curb inflation and encourage foreign investments increased savings may occur as a result of economic uncertainty or high interest.
  5. what are the consequences of being debtor nation?

    1. part of the GDP is used for debt service

    2. a reserves reduction may lead to devaluation of money, inflation  and increased exports.  There may be increased political pressure for trade protectionism.

    3. -------------------------------------

    4. interest rates kept high to curb inflation and encourage foreign investments increased savings may occur as a result of economic uncertainty or high interest.
    1. part of the GDP is used for debt service

    2. a reserves reduction may lead to devaluation of money, inflation  and increased exports.  There may be increased political pressure for trade protectionism.

    3. a decline in net imports and shrinking of the deficit in balance of payments.

    4. interest rates kept high to curb inflation and encourage foreign investments increased savings may occur as a result of economic uncertainty or high interest.
  6. what are the consequences of being debtor nation?

    1. part of the GDP is used for debt service

    2. a reserves reduction may lead to devaluation of money, inflation  and increased exports.  There may be increased political pressure for trade protectionism.

    3. a decline in net imports and shrinking of the deficit in balance of payments.

    4. --------------------------------
    1. part of the GDP is used for debt service

    2. a reserves reduction may lead to devaluation of money, inflation  and increased exports.  There may be increased political pressure for trade protectionism.

    3. a decline in net imports and shrinking of the deficit in balance of payments.

    4. interest rates kept high to curb inflation and encourage foreign investments increased savings may occur as a result of economic uncertainty or high interest.
  7. what are the consequences of being debtor nation?

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    4. ------------------------------
    1. part of the GDP is used for debt service

    2. a reserves reduction may lead to devaluation of money, inflation  and increased exports.  There may be increased political pressure for trade protectionism.

    3. a decline in net imports and shrinking of the deficit in balance of payments.

    4. interest rates kept high to curb inflation and encourage foreign investments increased savings may occur as a result of economic uncertainty or high interest.
  8. what is the international monetary fund (IMF)
    the IMF resources are currency pool available to cover member counties short term deficits of payments.
  9. what is the world bank
    the world bank lends money to underdeveloped countries for development.
  10. what is transfer pricing?
    transfer pricing is the process of establishing prices used between related parties for loans, sales or leases of tangible personal property, licensing of intangibles, and sale of services.
  11. why is transfer pricing done?
    it is done to facilitate the determination of income.
  12. ------------------------ determines how companies price goods or services that they transfer between their own divisions or related companies.
    Transfer pricing determines how companies price goods or services that they transfer between their own divisions or related companies.
  13. Transfer pricing determines how companies price goods or services that they transfer between their own divisions or related companies.
    Transfer pricing determines --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.

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