Balanced Growth

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Balanced Growth

A situation in which capital intensity in an economy remains the same while other factors like GDP and productivity increase.
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MANUFACTURERS have become less confident in the Government's ability to create a more balanced economy, a new survey suggests.
Al-Ahmadani also stressed the need to develop "tools for transparency and equality" to create a balanced economy "where social and economic goals can be achieved.
All of a sudden, this Tory Chancellor says that profitable companies should be paying higher wages to their employees, without this tax support, although no Conservative MP has ever said that in the past 100 years, when trade unions had suggested that such a policy would provide a more stable, balanced economy of production and consumption.
He expressed hope that the three-day forum would end with tangible results, considering that its logo calls for building a global robust and balanced economy.
David Weatherburn said: "We believe that a healthy economy is a balanced economy and want to support initiatives that help address this.
It is bad for a balanced economy and a balanced country.
As the population keeps growing and demand for jobs increases, a thriving capital market with good corporate governance should provide the foundation for a more diversified balanced economy, far less dependent on the oil price.
Growth also depends on a better balanced economy, with workers getting a fairer share.
They will help build a strong, balanced economy that delivers opportunity.
It was named the most diverse, balanced economy in the Rocky Mountain West in the Colorado College State of the Rockies Report.
It said not only was it a tax on the regions, but its existence clashes with the UK's confirmed intention to develop a more balanced economy.
GREEN Party leader Natalie Bennett comes to Birmingham this weekend to call for a balanced economy which creates well-paid jobs for youngsters.