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Economic Variable

Any data accounted for in an economic model. An economic variable is any measurement that helps to determine how an economy functions. Examples include population, poverty rate, inflation, and available resources. See also: Indicator.
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Production and economic variables may vary considerably, due to the absence of a complete and detailed site analysis according to and in accordance with NI 43-101.
The task is difficult because of involvement of too many economic variables but sometimes it gets even more difficult because of global politics.
Summary: New Delhi [India], May 16 (ANI): Members of the Finance Commission have held consultations with senior officials of the Ministry of Finance on the overall economic situation in the country and key economic variables.
After this new and sustainable concept of development, many countries started focusing on non-economic factors, along with economic variables, and achieved mature growth of development.
"The draft law will have unified definitions of SMEs, after coordination with the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE), to fit with the economic variables," Gamea told Daily News Egypt, affirming the consensus between the state authorities.
Worawud pointed out that there were still some economic variables this year especially the lack of clarity on infrastructure investment, unsteady farm prices and political uncertainty.
Fitch's bi-monthly 20/20 Vision chart pack covers 20 major economies and 20 economic variables that are the focus of Fitch's economics team's global macro analysis and plots five years of high frequency economic data with consistent coverage across each country.
Her research, which has been supported by the National Science Foundation, explores economic variables related to the problem and points toward potential solutions.
social, demographic and economic variables, such as geographical
The survey will include a comprehensive database about household expenditure and income, linking these data with various social, demographic and economic variables, such as geographical distribution, gender, educational level and the condition of economic activity.
"It reaffirms to investors and businessmen around the world that Dubai effectively addresses various economic variables with a forward-looking vision by adopting best practices and regulations.
GECS is the largest regular economic survey of accountants around the world, in terms of both the number of respondents and the range of economic variables it monitors.

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