Invisible Trade


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Invisible Trade

The sale of a service or an intangible asset (such as a copyright) as opposed to a good. See also: Visible trade.
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Subsidies for water and agriculture, cross-border trade, short-term profits and a lack of economic planning contribute to a lack of awareness about the massive, invisible trade in water.
She said Pakistan wants removal of all visible and invisible trade barriers with India.
The resulting decline in the trade deficit was accompanied by a higher invisible trade surplus, reducing the current account deficit to only [pounds]2 billion, or 0.
The importance of the insurance sector is one of growing emergence and prominence as an integral part of the invisible trade balance in every country within the Asia-Pacific region," Mr.
The surplus from invisible trade such as banking, insurance and tourism was estimated at pound sterling 200 million in May, so that the current account deficit in May was sharply trimmed to pound sterling 645 million, compared with pound sterling 1.