Other investment refers to other financial statements on and liabilities to non-residents that are not classified as immediate investment, profile investment, financial derivatives, or reserve possessions. Types of these financial liabilities and statements include short-term and long-term non-marketable loans, debris, financial leases and trade credits. Main Uses of BoP Statistics BoP data are important for financial and financial monitoring and policy deliberations in both territorial and international contexts.
Hong Kong, which should be a very useful way of measuring aggregate income for analysing changes in usage and savings. Data on external investment flows (direct investment, portfolio investment, financial derivatives and other investment) provides a macroeconomic database to aid economic analysis on many important issues like economic growth, productivity change, commercial efficiency and financial structures. A whole BoP account can help discern the many forces in market affecting the exterior exchange value of the Hong Kong money, and the supply of forex in Hong Kong’s financial system. Such information will be useful for analysing money supply and demand using econometric techniques, and for analysing aggregate domestic inflation and demand from the financial side.
But during the inflation of the 1970’s and early 80’s there was another argument to be enjoyed. The argument that wages caused inflation. It’s important for Marxists to nail that debate as drastically wrong. Marx sets out the argument in a pamphlet – “Wages, Price and Profit” in a polemic against Weston.
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- Energy source investment