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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It aims to create a competitive and balanced economy based on innovation, knowledge, justice and social integrity to reach sustainable development and improve the standard of living of the Egyptian citizens at last, according to Kabil.
They mainly criticised Peter Kazimir for postponing consolidation plans and achieving a balanced economy for later compared to earlier promises, TASR reported.
Minerals and other natural resources are essential to support a competitive, regionally balanced economy and a sustainable quality of life for everyone.
For decades we've heard Governments discuss the need to create a balanced economy.
But despite the pickup, the level reached is way below what the European Central Bank recommends for a balanced economy, which it says is an annualized inflation rate of close to 2 percent.
The forum held five sessions in which the participants discussed the economic reform that is considered a success factor to build a strong, balanced economy and achieve a sustainable growth.
The forum focuses on enhancing prospects of co-operation for a better future and features five sessions, including economic reform the driver in building strong and balanced economy and sustainable growth, social and economic development, youth entrepreneurship, innovation as engine of economic growth and employment and the role of public private partnerships in securing investment.
A "balanced money economy could stop the unbalanced result, but people will never agree to create a balanced economy, so you need to learn to save to compete .
The evidence is that our European neighbours respect and value their professional engineers, that they understand the need for a balanced economy with a healthy manufacturing sector, and that they treat their disadvantaged citizens more humanely.
In the long-term, the causes of instability should be addressed by working to create a more equal and balanced economy.
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.