Economic surplus

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Economic surplus

For any entity, the difference between the market value of all its assets and the market value of its liabilities.

Economic Surplus

The value of a company or other organization's total assets less its total liabilities.
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Even with policies that favour smallholder production systems it is not clear that many smallholders can produce the economic surpluses that will enable them to improve their material wellbeing--they suffer from the crisis of raised expectations--they are aware of the material benefits of engagement in the market economy and small-scale agriculture is becoming less attractive as a way of life.
Economic surpluses of specialized pig and poultry farms are more volatile than supluses in other production lines.
22--is linked to the poor classes in western Bolivia, and he is going to redistribute the economic surpluses from the sale of natural gas from the bottom up," he said.