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(1) Commodity prices fell sharply.
(2) The authorities took measures to roll commodity price back.
(3) The local government took emergency measures to roll commodity prices back.
(4) Commodity prices can be a useful indicator of inflation, he claimed.
(5) It remains therefore to consider relative commodity prices and relative factor rewards.
(6) The fall in commodity prices means that Third World countries must produce more to earn the same amount.
(7) Just occasionally, however, the commodity price movements provided a window of opportunity to relax the highly protectionist policies.
(8) The generally depressed commodity prices did not, however, markedly affect export earnings.
(9) Then came low commodity prices, scab disease, excessive moisture and crop-robbing hailstorms.
(10) It also predicts that real commodity prices will continue to weaken, with another average decline of 2 percent projected for 1988.
(11) In 1986 alone, primary commodity prices fell sharply by an average of nine percent.
(12) After falling throughout 1989, commodity prices rallied in the first part of 1990.
(13) By May 1990 the trend in commodity prices had begun to show signs of a slow recovery.
(14) World commodity prices were set to rise about 7 percent in 1993, with fuel prices alone climbing 9 percent.
(15) However, the fall was due more to commodity price rises and the strength of the dollar than any concerted national effort.
(16) Commodity price stabilisation schemes appeared to be aimed at interfering with market forces, i.e. demand and supply.
(17) Hence relative scale-adjusted commodity prices and relative factor rewards provide a valid prediction of the intersectoral pattern of trade.
(18) But the bulk commodity price also started to appear receded the adjustment the situation, the anticipated future domestic bloating will be under the effective control (to collect adds richly).
(19) Commodity price indices, measure the price of a selection of commodities.
(20) "Clearly, higher commodity price increases are having a direct impact on food inflation," said Bill Lapp, president of consultancy Advanced Economic Solutions.
(21) The Economist's commodity price index is broadly unchanging from a year ago.
(22) In particular, size differences can lead to differences in relative factor rewards and scale-adjusted relative commodity prices.
(23) There is always the chance, he says, that 1992 will produce record yields, and high commodity prices. Sentencedict.com
(24) But developing countries are still dependent for all their foreign currency earnings upon the fluctuations of commodity prices on the world market.
(25) Secondly, according to the three assumptions of the structural inflation theory, we find it not valid that the rise of international commodity price contributed to the inflation.
(26) Therefore, by the adjustment of consumption loan policy, increasing people's income and decreasing the commodity price so on, it will spur the consumption.
(27) Berry Sugar were down eight at one seventy one, on doubts about the commodity price.
(28) Today, with the market competition becoming more and more intensified, the competition of commodity price has already become the normal competition phenomenon among enterprises.
(29) The intersection of the offer curve of the two nations defines the equilibrium relative commodity price at which trade takes place between them.
(30) Next, follows the global economic growth to decelerate, the commodity price appears drops sharply.
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