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Suppose also, however, that at higher levels of labour input these benefits of specialisation were counterweighed by the reduced productivity of labour (manifested in the burgeoning of Ricardian rents) that will be consequent upon the greater ratio of labour to natural resources.
The patience of the nation will be tested and counterweighed against the spirit of the government with which it moves to take Pakistan away from this crisis, all the way to becoming South Asia's gateway to energy prosperity.
This occurred coincident with a strong recruitment event on these beds in 1998 to 1999 that counterweighed the accumulating losses of individuals farther downbay.
(141) Gunter Schmolders' 1966 Psychologie des Geldes stressed that the self-ascribed personal characteristics of those who used credit freely often included negative adjectives such as "extravagant," "sloppy," and "unpunctual." (142) The cultural attitudes reflected in these surveys as well as in the public criticisms by economists like Ropke would only gradually be counterweighed by more accepting trends in a younger generation of German consumers.
The negative impact of fast liberalisation is associated with the rapid decline of the non-competitive industries that is not counterweighed by the rise of competitive sectors.
Thus, the attractiveness of a state's incentive package should be counterweighed by factors that can make it difficult to do business in that state.