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1. The country's trade in manufactured goods has expanded in the last ten years.
2. The report notes a rapid decline in manufactured goods.
3. Consumer demand led to higher imports of manufactured goods.
4. The UK's deficit in manufactured goods fell slightly in the last three months.
5. Britain's leading exporter of manufactured goods.
6. We import foreign manufactured goods.
7. Nevertheless imports of manufactured goods increased even faster.
8. Replacement markets for many manufactured goods mean that consumers can postpone purchases more easily.
9. A trade deficit in manufactured goods, unthinkable until recent times, has become normal.
10. Why, then, might the demand for manufactured goods have nevertheless increased?
11. Briefly, they exported manufactured goods and capital, and they imported raw materials.
12. Avoid savoury manufactured goods and crisps. 5 Eat a variety of foods including fresh ones.
13. Speed and reliability were important to dealers in manufactured goods who wanted to catch rising markets abreast with or ahead of their competitors.
14. Unlike most manufactured goods, however,[Sentence dictionary] the real price of most services has increased over the last few decades.
15. Manufactured goods account for much improvement.
16. Higher raw material costs have pushed up the price of many manufactured goods.
17. Merchants followed hot on their heels selling fabrics and other manufactured goods in exchange for copra oil.
18. Living outside the money economy, they had no access to the world of manufactured goods, still less to luxury goods.
19. Most hard currency comes from state grants, from exporting raw materials or manufactured goods.
20. Most of the successful NICs have increased their share of manufactured goods imports into the OECD countries.
21. It involved exchanging ore from his new McCamey's Monster mine for manufactured goods.
22. By extrapolation it is concluded that today's rising income levels generate increased demand for services compared with manufactured goods.
23. Like other Southerners, Atlantans felt shortchanged when Northern capitalists transformed cheap Southern raw materials into manufactured goods.
24. For example, the first rise in expectations of the lower orders would be for more and better food before manufactured goods.
25. The rich world keeps the South wedded to commodity production by putting up tariff barriers to manufactured goods.
26. In exchange for exports of grain they received money with which they purchased manufactured goods and luxury items.
27. In particular we shall study the prices of exports of manufactured goods and the price of manufactured output supplied to the domestic market.
28. But then they tumbled the following year, crashing by 31 percent when measured against the price of manufactured goods.
29. In the other direction countless stations throughout the world were the distribution points for manufactured goods.
30. By 1986, they accounted for one-third of total exports of manufactured goods, mainly in transport equipment, machinery and chemicals.
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