producer goods

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producer goods

CAPITAL GOODS and other goods, such as fuel and lubricants, that are used as FACTOR INPUTS in the production of other products, as opposed to being sold directly to consumers. Compare CONSUMER GOODS.
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Five hundred domestic firms, suppliers of services, raw materials and intermediate goods, cooperate with the automotive sector in Macedonia's zones.
El-Menilawy added that the CBE on Tuesday morning had asked the departments responsible for issuing letters of credit in banks to submit reports of the requests of customers whose intermediate goods are stuck in customs.
A future challenge for both countries is how to transform their mono-culture trade form into a trade structure with a higher share of exports of intermediate goods.
The National Economic and Development Authority, however, said data showing that robust growth in imports of raw materials and intermediate goods reflected optimism of local businesses that demand for their goods would strengthen in the months ahead.
The industrial production by main industrial groupings in November 2013, in comparison with November 2012, was higher in Intermediate goods industries, except energy by 10.
Instead we take the approach that monopoly power is likely to arise and exist in the public production of intermediate goods, such as public utilities or telecommunication, and that the size of these sectors relative to the rest of the economy can be directly estimated (see World Bank 1995).
Because the approach is new, many questions regarding upstream and downstream linkages have not yet been addressed in the literature, especially with respect to public inputs as factors of production and the interaction they create between intermediate goods suppliers and final goods producers.
A Bloomberg News report also points out: "Costs of intermediate goods, those used in earlier stages of production, rose 1.
It appears that there will be a moderate rebound in industrial orders for foreign capital and intermediate goods this year, even though household demand for imports will remain rather lifeless.
Japanese suppliers of intermediate goods will find it increasingly difficult to compete with Chinese manufacturers.
The demand for intermediate goods should remain weak until industrial production accelerates in the second half of 2002.

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