Balanced Growth

Balanced Growth

A situation in which capital intensity in an economy remains the same while other factors like GDP and productivity increase.
References in periodicals archive ?
Commenting on the bank's results, Robert Eid, managing director and chief executive officer, said: "The increase in the bank's profits resulted principally from balanced growth in various business lines, and its conservative risk management culture.
The company said, "We are pleased with the strong results we achieved in the fourth quarter, which were driven by balanced growth across our business.
The bank also opined that the current level of interest rates would help to keep the country on a balanced growth path.
Baker Tilly Greece: Balanced growth and development of specialized professional services
To foster confidence, monetary policies will continue to support economic activity and ensure price stability, but monetary tools alone cannot lead to balanced growth, according to the communique.
The program promises balanced growth accompanied by a lower account deficit.
BLOM, which published its unaudited financial results, said high profitability ratios and balanced growth marked the Bank's steady performance, despite the continued economic and political risks in Lebanon and the region.
Government must ensure that measures introduced in Budget 2015 support local economic development, encourage job creation and promote balanced growth.
The initial reliance on net export growth, with rising demand from the rest of the EU, is gradually giving way to more balanced growth as domestic demand picks up.
The funds, received in the framework of the project, will be used to hold strategic and institutional reforms aimed at overcoming crisis events, stabilizing the financial and economic situation in the country, and laying the basis for stable and balanced growth of Ukraine," the Ukrainian Finance Ministry said in a statement.
Ahmed urged the government to emphasise on balanced growth and on the areas which were usually neglected.
BEIJING -- The Asian Development Bank (ADB) said on Tuesday that China's economic growth may further moderate in the next two years as the nation adjusts to more balanced growth.

Full browser ?