Absolute Terms


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Absolute Terms

Describing any measurement used without reference to other measurements. Considering measurements in absolute terms is often less useful than using relative terms.
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The spokesman further said that in absolute terms there has been no increase in external debt liability of the country.
In absolute terms, the salary income increased from 679 to 769 BGN (13.
Instead of looking at bad loans in absolute terms, such loans should be seen according to their share in total advances of the banking sector.
New Delhi, Sep 9(ANI): India's external debt has remained within manageable limits despite the increase in absolute terms and the changing composition, the Department of Economic Affairs of the Union Finance Ministry has said in a report.
The Government has said the current level is the second highest in the European Union in absolute terms and sixth highest when expressed in purchasing power.
Given that deal volumes are not large in absolute terms in the large-, mid- or small-cap bands one must expect a large amount of deviation in statistical terms.
Although, in absolute terms, the Spanish commercial real estate investment market has shrunk over the past 18 months, with investment activity totalling 1.
0nly the share for population remained largely stagnant in absolute terms.
Liquidity will continue to be strong, but will diminish in absolute terms as volume rises," he said.
Thus, labor is better off with a smaller share of a bigger pie than with a larger share of a smaller pie, as the former could still be larger than the latter in absolute terms.
Inventories of SR, as compared to those of NR, have moved further apart in both absolute terms and with respect to consumption levels.
In absolute terms, construction is the largest industry in the world and is an enormously important part of most economies.