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Imbalance

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Without recognizing the shear-induced imbalance created in a branching runner, developers of injection molding simulation software have used one-dimensional analysis to simplify modeling and provide faster calculations.
However, without changes in the conduct of economic policy, this would also mean that the existing global current account imbalances would become even more pronounced, with an increasing risk of sudden exchange rate and financial markets movements.
Of course, if the economy grows so strongly as to strain available resources, transitional forces notwithstanding, history persuasively indicates that Imbalances will develop that will bring the expansion to a halt.
More serious still than the IMF's passivity on the China exchange rate question is the IMF's virtual silence on today's unprecedented global payment imbalances.
Summary: PARIS - China rejected plans to use real exchange rates and currency reserves to measures global economic imbalances, casting doubt on the ability of Group of 20 major economic powers to reach agreement at a meeting on Friday.
This edition includes chapters covering exiting from the crisis, resolving unsustainable imbalances, rebuilding public finances and fiscal discipline and minimising risks from imbalances in European banking.
While the pH shift fostered by a decades-long rain of wet or dry acidic pollutants "is essential for these evolving chemical imbalances to take place," Shortle says, "it [pH] is not sufficient in itself.
Economic imbalances between wealthy and emerging nations are proving one of the biggest headaches for policymakers striving to repair the world economy after the most damaging crisis in decades and reduce the risks of future shocks.
The process helps mold makers and processors isolate variations and quantify mold imbalances by identifying their root causes.
investment and consumption over savings and the excess savings over investment and consumption in China, Japan, and others--is that neither of the two counter-parties of these imbalances ought to dare proceed unilaterally to correct them.
Ayurveda teaches that deep relaxation provides an environment where constitutional imbalances can be overcome and the harmony and functional integrity of the doshas can be restored.
However, given the existence of structural imbalances in other jurisdictions and the District's significant management problems and the federal government's own fiscal challenges, federal policymakers face difficult choices regarding what changes, if any, they should make in their financial relationship with the District.