Visible Trade

Visible Trade

The sale of a good as opposed to a service or an intangible asset (such as a copyright). See also: Invisible trade.
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The visible trade surplus decreased to EUR24 billion from EUR26 billion, while services surplus rose to EUR8 billion from EUR7 billion.
There is a lack of detail but this sounds rather like Northern Ireland remaining in part of the single market and customs union for visible trade.
Imports from Pakistan to SCO countries is 21% whereas exports to SCO countries are only 12% of total exports to the world and reflects a visible trade gap which is a great opportunity for Pakistan especially keeping in view the short distances with land-locked SCO member states.
The early signs of external adjustment are emerging, such as the narrowing in the visible trade deficit in July.
Because of long-standing Chinese influence and the size of its population and economy, China has become the most visible trade partner for the U.S.
The British visible trade balance is forecasted to have moved from a surplus to a deficit, which comes as little surprise considering how the British pound fared against the euro in November.
A visible trade deficit of $30.6 billion, equivalent to 10.3% of the value of imports of goods, was recorded in June 2010.
"We are a trading nation, and 95% of our visible trade as a nation is imported or exported via our sea ports.
The balance of visible trade showed a deficit of EUR 1.89 billion.
There is visible trade to life and therefore the centre and federating units must come to the backing of this unfortunate province.