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Imbalance

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In its session, under the chairmanship of its Speaker Yahya Ali al-Raei ,the Parliament discussed the security imbalances and assassinations that occur in the capital Sana'a and other provinces.
Imbalances can develop between the left and right sides of the body, with the dominant side becoming stronger.
Misuse of Kuwait's state budget surplus has led to structural imbalances in the OPEC member's economy, the Gulf Arab country's ruler was quoted as saying by the state news agency KUNA on Monday.
Global imbalances were blamed for contributing to and aggravating the financial crisis and recession that struck the global economy in 2008 and 2009.
The world's top financial officials hope to draw up a list of indicators that best measure dangerous imbalances in trade deficits, surpluses, budget deficits or levels of debt.
Global imbalances particularly in global economy will be discussed at the meeting.
Dr Bollard told the Wellington Chamber of Commerce that New Zealand has taken action to address some of its imbalances, but households and banks can do more to reduce risks inherent in the external imbalance.
MMSisforgoing revenues for gas royalties owed to the federal government because it does not provide reasonable assurance that it accurately and promptly identifies and collects on RIK gas imbalances. GAO found that MMS is forgoing revenues for the following reasons: (1) MMS estimates that it is owed a net of $21 million for past imbalances but it lacks the information necessary to calculate the full amount of revenues due.
Whether there is a permanent reduction in global imbalances will depend mainly on decisions taken outside the US, specifically in countries like China.
The results, known as bioelectrical impedance measurements, can indicate stress or inflammation in the body - and a lack of nutrients could be to blame for these energy imbalances.
Putting forth scenarios ranging from a gradual correction to a crash landing for the dollar, G7 Current Account Imbalances brings together economists from around the globe to consider the origins, status, and future of those disparities.
To test our hypotheses, we construct daily relative order imbalances for different types of investors.