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producer goods

CAPITAL GOODS and other goods, such as fuel and lubricants, that are used as FACTOR INPUTS in the production of other products, as opposed to being sold directly to consumers. Compare CONSUMER GOODS.
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Specifically, it explains the ex ante existence of such a surplus or spread when the capitalist-entrepreneurs enter the markets for producer goods and bid for their services.
In other words, the temporal pattern of allocation of the available producer goods should be in line with the time preferences of the consumers.
They suggest that Aboriginal consumption of "necessities" (producer goods like firearms, and household goods like kettles and blankets) remained constant, while consumption of "luxury" goods increased with rising fur prices.
Yamazen Corporation is a specialized trading firm dealing in consumer goods such as housing equipment & materials and home products in addition to producer goods such as machine and industrial tools.
The problem is not that UK-based manufacturing has collapsed in some sectors while being successful in producing other kinds of consumer or producer goods. "The worsening problems of British manufacturing relate to long-established structural weaknesses in the two key sectors of machine tools and equipment, and motor vehicles, plus an emerging problem in chemicals.
ISTANBUL, Aug 24, 2010 (TUR) -- Chairman of Istanbul Textile and Producer Goods Exporters' Union (ITHIB) said on Tuesday that around 30 Turkish companies would attend a fair in Columbia, the biggest textile fair of South America in January.
Manufacturers' output continued to increase, with the industrial production index rising 2.6% and shipments of producer goods climbing 1.6%.
Figures from the US showed that overall prices fell by 0.9 per cent in July, with falls across food, energy and core producer goods. The yearly rate of decline in producer prices was up from minus 4.6 per cent in June to minus 6.8 per cent.
High rates signal that scarce capital should go toward consumer goods and producer goods that are close to the consumer-goods stage.
Concerning the fixed assets: the Commission only keeps the real estate assets (building heritage, producer goods), but some member states would like intangible assets (such as patents and royalties) taken into consideration.
5) The hazard function of price changes for individual consumer and producer goods is downward sloping for the first few months and then flat (except for a large spike at 12 months in consumer services and all producer prices).
Information requirements for exporting or importing consumer goods can be quite different from the information requirements for exporting and importing producer goods. Evidence of different information requirements for exports versus imports was observed in Table 2, where the coefficients on both immigrant stock and linguistic distance were larger for imports than exports.