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At the same time, as discussed below, real appreciation, through the loss of competitiveness of the economy and lower investment profitability in the tradable goods sectors, may have contributed to a poor growth performance.
There is clear evidence that the UAE's competitiveness has been eroded by the recent appreciation of the USD, and that this has had an impact on tourist demand for tradable goods.
Muhammad Shakeel Munir, Senior Vice President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry also appreciated the Pak-China move to re-negotiate tariff lessening on tradable goods under the Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
Senior Vice President, ICCI, Mohammad Shakeel Munir also appreciated the PakChina move to renegotiate tariff reduction on tradable goods under the Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
Mohammad ShakeelMunir, Senior Vice President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry also appreciated the PakChina move to renegotiate tariff reduction on tradable goods under the Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
This spurred exports and reduced the demand for imports, which favored the national tradable goods industry, which was characterized by low productivity.
Attracting good businesses to a region is important to local economic development officials, but they pay particular attention to the attraction and retention of businesses that produce tradable goods and services.
In terms of tradable goods, food accounts for about 11 per cent of the Index, and inflation in this component has slowed to 3.
These are sectors that produce tradable goods and services, and in which women and vulnerable groups (e.
From higher wage growth at a stable nominal exchange rate, China's real international competitiveness would be better balanced by having its unit labor costs for tradable goods calibrated to converge to those in more slowly growing developed economies.
In this new paradigm, ecological preservation is a commercial matter, with the natural environment amounting to nothing more than a set of tradable goods and services.
The lack of price competiveness prevents Spanish entrepreneurs to succeed in tradable goods industries.