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 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.
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.
There is visible trade to life and therefore the centre and federating units must come to the backing of this unfortunate province.
Retail spaces in demand at the market's peak--well located, highly visible trade areas with strong demographics, stable co-tenancy, and superior accessibility--remain highly sought by conservative investors and a more cautious user base with stronger risk aversion.
Improvements in exports and a decline in imports also produced a visible trade surplus of pounds 84 million following the January deficit opounds pounds 334 million.
The smart manufacturer will be able to find the right balance between investment in SRP and less visible trade spend, he says.
HONG KONG - Hong Kong has posted a visible trade deficit of HK$58.
The territory posted a visible trade deficit of HK$1.
Compared with the corresponding month in 1998, the balance of visible trade for July 1999, improved by TT$282 million.
25 points off GDP growth this year, with the visible trade deficit rising to almost pounds 27 billion," it said.
Record exports in May 1992 helped to cut pound sterling 500 million off Britain's visible trade deficit, bringing the gap between exports and imports to its lowest level in 1992.