In economic terms, within capital goods
fall an array of fixed assets, which can only be accounted for by the value partially transferred to the product.
A fall in capital goods
output reflects falling investment levels.
Increasing appetite for capital goods
and manufactured goods, such as materials accounting for the manufacture of electrical equipment, signifies an upbeat business sector.
V is a global leader in the capital goods
sector with established industrial experience, a wide range of products and a worldwide presence.
This paper is concerned with the investigation of how the allocation of Nigeria's foreign exchange among the 'consumer goods, raw materials and capital goods
imports between 1970 and 1983 contributed to the business recession in the Eighties.
a wisely chosen re-allocation of resources away from the production of consumer goods in the near future and toward the production of capital goods
that will yield consumer goods in the more distant future, will ensure "higher productivity," or increased utility in the future (Bohm Bawerk 1959b: 2).
These are: import of capital goods
, participation in global production networks and increasing South - South collaboration.
3 percent, pulled down by weak demand for transportation equipment, primary metals, computers and electronic products and capital goods
His theory combines a Wicksellian theoretical base with the process of increasing and decreasing the production of capital goods
relative to consumer goods.
Output of capital goods
such as machinery -a key indicator of investment and future production -fell again, contracting 4.
Budi Darmadi, the director general for high technology industry said the country's need for capital goods
will continue to increase from year to year to follow the trend in economic growth and the public income.
However, this contention seems to ignore the reality that entrepreneurial strategies account for the fact that certain "things" become capital goods
in the first place.