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World countries economy, economics, statistics


        COUNTRIES A - K   COUNTRIES L - Z

STATISTICS OF
COUNTRIES
COUNTRY
CODE
ISO/ISO3
CONTI-
NENT
Argentina Country flag ar  AR   ARG   SA 
Bolivia Country flag bo  BO   BOL   SA 
Brazil Country flag br  BR   BRA   SA 
Chile Country flag cl  CL   CHL   SA 
Colombia Country flag co  CO   COL   SA 
Ecuador Country flag ec  EC   ECU   SA 
STATISTICS OF
COUNTRIES
COUNTRY
CODE
ISO/ISO3
CONTI-
NENT
Guyana Country flag gy  GY   GUY   SA 
Paraguay Country flag py  PY   PRY   SA 
Peru Country flag pe  PE   PER   SA 
Suriname Country flag sr  SR   SUR   SA 
Uruguay Country flag uy  UY   URY   SA 
Venezuela Country flag ve  VE   VEN   SA 

CONTINENTS AND COUNTRIES



Economist:
State-led and debt-financed investment “miracle”- when goverment overtakes development in economy and its based on selling bonds, bills, or notes to individual and/or institutional investors.

Debt crisis - when there is unwillingness or unability of paing major debts and it maight lead to big economic crisis as it is at the moment in the world.

Stabilization packages - billions of dollars payed for country to save their economy from total collapse.

Commodity price boom - occurs when the price of a commodity rises very quickly in a short period of time.

Overheated Brazilian “miracle” - overheated economy when a prolonged period of good economic growth and activity causes high levels of inflation (from increased consumer wealth).

Global financial crisis - when lots of countries suffers GDP's drop and additional economic problems.

Windfall - unexpected success

Commodity prices - an index of commodities (such as oil and steel) traded in worldwide markets.

Trade surplus - where a country's exports exceeds its imports.

Overvalued - to give a higher value to something or someone than is right.

Consumer boom - rapid increase of consumers.

Domestic manufacturers - companies that are originated and producing goods in that country (not foreign country).

Tariff protections - countries charge tariffs on imported goods when they want to discourage imports. It encourages to buy domestic products.

Ultra-low interest rates - then there is no interest in something.

Disposable income
- the amount of money for spending and saving after income taxes have been accounted for.

Debt payments - a repayment of a loan, bond etc.

Credit boom - rapid gerwth of borrowing from banks.

Interest rates - the amount charged, expressed as a percentage of principal, by a lender to a borrower for the use of assets.

Over-exuberance
- too energetic.

Foreign exchange reserves - in a strict sense are only the foreign currency deposits and bonds held by central banks and monetary authorities.

Commodity bonanza
- profitable/successful product/acivity

productivity gains - that is the output from production process.

Macroeconomic stability
- is a branch of economics dealing with the performance, structure, behavior, and decision-making of the entire economy.



2016-04-05 12:07:03

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