bilateral flows

bilateral flows

movements of money between sectors of the economy to match opposite flows of goods and services. For example, income in return for factor inputs supplied and consumption expenditure in payment for goods and services consumed. Bilateral flows make it possible to ignore flows of goods and services in the economy and to concentrate on money movements in the CIRCULAR FLOW OF NATIONAL INCOME MODEL.
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He said that any new long term relationship between the UK and EU is likely to see extensive ongoing UK-EU trade in financial services, with associated high levels of bilateral flows.
Distributed generation located at customers' sites or premises is now starting to change that behaviour in terms of customers becoming generators with bilateral flows onto and from their local network.
Although there is consensus that patient mobility has grown over the past decade, and that there are particular bilateral flows, capturing the activity with a level of accuracy remains problematic.
Still, the muted initial reaction to Obama's vows to encourage bilateral flows of people, information and business while working with Congress to end the 50-year-old trade embargo was strikingly at odds with outdated ideas about what most Cuban-Americans want.
In the revised bill compiled by the LDP, Japan alone may move to suspend bilateral flows of trade or money on condition that the sanction is indispensable for maintaining peace and security in Japan, the lawmakers said.
A further separate line (EC + EU members) gives the sum of multilateral flows from the EC and total bilateral flows from the 15 European Union member countries that are also DAC members.
The EU accounted for almost ten percent of Singaporean trade volumes, with bilateral flows of EUR46.
In commercial terms, bilateral flows have shown a clear growth trend, with trade from Europe to LAC representing AA84 billion and from LAC to Europe AA90 billion in 2010 .
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