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1. The economy is expected to grow 6% next year.
2. Sellers will lower the price in thier rush to unload unwanted models.
3. The imbalance between imports and exports can cause problem for the economy.
4. A planned economy is a system whereby the structure of the market is deliberately planned by the state.
5. Government deficits must be brought down with cuts inn spending, or through higher taxer.
6. When a budget deficit is financed by excessive domestic borrowing, it can lead to higher interest rates because the high demand for money.
7. The shift in relative wages will cause a shift of workers into the growing occupation.
8. In reality, fishermen have a lot of troubles obtaining governmennt subsidies.
9. Inflation is the percentage increase per annum in the average price of good and services.
10. We must examine how the price adjusts to balance the quantity supplied and demanded.
11. Any attempt at hindering free competition is punishable by laws.
12. In Germany, in 1923, prices were quoted in dollars even though payment was made in marks, the Gern medium of exchange.
13. People must spend a lot of time and effort finding others with whom they can make mitually satisfactory swap .
14. GNP is the quantity of goods and services an economy as a whole can afford to purchase.
15. I consider it risky to invest so much money in the real estate now.
16. Fiscal deficits can influence both the balance of payments and the rate of inflation.
17. If the government borrowa money, it will decrease the supply of money available in the economy for lending.
18. Money paid for the damaged goods must be refunded.
19. Fiscal policy is carried uot buy the Ministry of Finance and can be divided into parts, government expendit and taxation.
20. R and D department seems to be full of activities at the moment.
21. Macroeconomics provides us with a bird’s eye view of a country’s economic landscape.
22. You’d better make a copy of that invoice in case it gets lost in the post.
23. When governments and central banks see signs of inflation, they try to slow down the economy.
24. Money is generally accepted as a means of payment for delivery of goods.
25. Macroeconomics provides us with a bird’s eye view of a country’s economic landscape.
26. It is possible to fulfill uor production plan ahead of time.
27. The goal of microeconomics is to look at the behavior of individual businesses and consumers.
28. In order to be a medium of exchange, money must hold its value over time.
29. Inflantion therefore stimulates consumers spending and discourages saving.
30. In a booming economy, inflation begins to rise as consumers and businesses compete with each other.
31. Money may not even be the best store of value because it depreciates with inflation.
32. In the international trade and finance, transactions are denominated in trade money.
33. When proces of goods and services rise , the purchasing power of money will fall.
34. With a decline in unemployment, companies are forced to pay higher wages for scare workers.
35. The relation between money and the price level is extremely significant in the market economy.
36. Labour economics studies human resource being employed by firms.
37. The equilibrium price is the price at which the quantity supplied equals the quantity demanded.
38. Without money, all transactions would have to be conducted by barter.
39. They are bidding up prices in their hurry to buy a limited amount of products.
40. In a barter system, exchange can take place only if there is a double coincidence of wants.
41. Money server as a standard of value for measuring the relative worth of different goods and services.
42. Macroeconomic performance is a central factor affecting the success or failure of nations.
43. From uor previous discussion, you will realize that the quantity demanded exceeds the quantity supplied at this price.
44. These countries are admierd because of their citizens’ high living standards.
45. Can you tell me the differences between market economy and planned economy ?
46. Taxes amf public spending can affect resource allocation.
47. Printing of money is often the source of fincancing for government spending.
48. Many counntries stagnate and seem struck in a situation of high inflation anf high trade deficits.
49. Many economists specialize in a particular branch of the subject.
50. Macroeconomists tend to offer a detailed treatment of one aspect of economic behavior.
51. The equilibrium price is the price at which the quantity sypplied equals the quantity demanded.
52. Money is a store of value because it can be used to make purchases in the future.
53. People reaching retiring age have been asker to continue working for the time being.
54. The high interest rates can make it too expensive for the private sector to borrow money.
55. The increase in prices usually leads workers to ask for increasingly higher wages to “keep up with inflation”.
56. People become willing and able to pay higher prices for the goods and services they want.
57. At present, more attention is paid to the remote areas in our country.
58. The demend curve shows the relasion between the price and quantity demanded.
59. Monetary policy in developing countries follows fiscal policy.
60. The central bank now may be unable to implement a restrictive policy to countrol inflation.
61. Government deficits must be brought down with cuts in pending, or through higher taxes.
62. Inflation is usually highest during times of economic chaos, such as energy shocks, wars, or debt crises.
63. Branches of economics can be broadly diveded into microeconomics and macroenomics.
64. With fovourable inflation and interest rates, a country can attract foreign investment.
65. Nobody wants to hold an asset that is losing value, so people try to get rid of money as quickly as possible.
66. Questions of economics are What, How and for Whom.
67. Luckily, we all passed the first oral examination with high marks.
68. Official international money is a system of momentary units that is used for bookeeping and accounting only.
69. The postman is said to have won a lot of money in investing in stocks.
70. A careful fiscal policy is the basis of a stable macro-economy.
71. Do you think, the number of applicants should be limited?
72. Our products were sold out because of competitive prices.
73. A planned economy may consist of state-owned enterprises, private enterprises directed by the state, or a combination of both.
74. If the government continues to print more money, it will cause high inflation.
75. We won’t buy your products unless your prices are more competitive.
76. The increase in demand could also come from changing tastes, incomes...etc.
77. You should fix your schedule so that I can know when we should meet to discuss that problem.
78. Insurance companies like to submit your claims as soon as possible.
79. Equilibrium price is the price at which the quantity demanded of a good or service is equal to the quanti supplied.
80. A reduction in input prices will induce firms to supply more output at each price, shifting the supply curve to the right.
81. When money is losing value, it lacks one of the necessary qualities of money-stability of value.
82. Private ownership doesn’t exist in a planned economy.
83. Fiscal deficits affect both the balance of payment and the rate of inflation.
84. The money supply is becoming inflated so that each unit of it becomes less valuable.
85. As global transactions involve a myriad of currencies, it is essential to set up an exchange rate for each currency.
86. The process of Purchasing Power parity is a way of comparing how many of goods and services each curren can get at a certain time.
87. Workers exchange labour services for money.
88. Higher input prices make production less attractive and shift the supply curve to the left.
89. Money is any generally accepted asa a means of payment for delivery of goods or the settlement of debt.
90. The so called market economies rely more and more on Government planning and intervention.
91. If spending cuts are not made, governments eventually have to print money to finance their deficit, making inflation unavoidable.
92. People must spend a lot of time and effort finding others with whom they can make mutually satisfactory swap.
93. The most powerful world official money is the SDR issued by the IMF.
94. The money supply is becoming inflated so that each unit of it becomes less valuable.
95. Supply is not a particular quantity but a complete description of the quantity that sellers would like to sell at each and every possible price.
96. When you borrow, the amount to be repaid next year is measured in pounds sterling.
97. The process of Purchasing Power parity is a way of comparing how many of goods and services each curren can get at a certain time.
98. A technological advance is any idea that allows more output from the same inputs as before.
99. Houses, stamp collections, and interest-bearing bank accounts all serve as stores of value.
100. In the soviet model, all the means of production and the channels of distribution are state controlled.