Unfavorable Balance of Trade

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Unfavorable Balance of Trade

The value of a nation's imports in excess of the value of its exports.

Unfavorable Balance of Trade

The difference between the value of a country's exports and the value of its imports such that imports exceed exports. Analysts disagree on the impact, if any, of an unfavorable balance of trade on the economy. Some economists believe that an unfavorable balance of trade, especially if sustained, causes unemployment and lowers GDP growth. Others believe that the balance of trade has little impact, because the more international trade occurs, the more likely it is that foreign companies will invest in the home country, negating any negative effects. An unfavorable balance of trade is also called a trade deficit.
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474 billion that cause into unfavorable balance of payment of $12.
He also mentioned the challenges the PML-N government inherited in 2013 like large fiscal deficit, rising debt burden, unfavorable balance of payments, low foreign exchange reserves, flight of capital, weakening exchange rate and perilously declining investor confidence.
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55 per diluted share, which includes an unfavorable balance sheet currency translation impact of $0.
Over Jan-July 2013 the unfavorable balance of Armenia's foreign trade turnover totaled $1.
Interestingly, the unfavorable balance (of trade) narrowed in 2013 -to $ 2549.
At macro-economic view reveals, spiraling country debts and unfavorable balance of trade, which is forcing developing countries to borrow and lending institutions format determine priorities.
While the cheapening rupee will make Indian products more attractive in the export market, it also will drive up the cost of imports in a country that already has an unfavorable balance of trade.
The Sudanese leader said that losing oil as a major source of revenue has led to a budget deficit and an unfavorable balance of trade which he said put the government in the dilemma of needing to raise new revenues without having to raise taxes.
53) to support his contention that this trade resulted in an unfavorable balance of payments for the Roman world.
In 1996 the Unfavorable balance of trade increased by $167.