Fuel economy drivers ed. Best economy drivers car. Great video and thank you. Nice video. MAKE ONE TO EXPLAIN THE STOCK MARKET‼️‼️. Economic drivers of globalization. There are various factors in businesses that define its growth and sustainability. These factors drive profits for your business. These factors may be identified as business drivers. Recognizing and watching the key drivers of your business is crucial to boosting up profitability. A wide range of business driving forces exist as internal and external factors that affect the performance of a small business. To identify the key economic drivers in your business, focus on the factors that: Reveal the performance and growth of business Can be measured or calculated Can be compared to a standard, such as a budget or last years figures, or an industry average Are in your control Small business owners are always working hard to move forward and focus on bookkeeping and other business operations. But they accomplish their real success when they completely understand the crucial factors that drive profit in their business and then focus on those economic drivers. The Four Basic Drivers of Profit Price Variable costs (depends on the production and sales. Increase with increase in production and/or sale) Fixed costs (also known as overhead. Such as salary of employees and bills to be paid every month. Sales Price is a key factor that, with a slight change in pricing, may affect the profit margin greatly. Increases in price immediately increase the profit margin. Many entrepreneurs focus on sales. Increase in sales volume, however, increases the variable costs. Increase in variable costs will lead to lesser profit if prices are not increased. But, another factor is that decrease in variable costs increases profit margin but it will not raise the total revenue. Fixed costs have the least effect on profit. Each key economic driver in a business economics is unique but each key driver is dependent on all of the other drivers. One cannot be affected without influencing the performance of the other. These key drivers are an economic force behind the business growth and profitability. Small business entrepreneurs/owners must interpret these drivers in relation to each other to make their decisions. Employees also need to understand the key drivers in a business as, in the long run, they think strategically and advance in their careers. Maintaining a good gross profit margin is very important. If gross profit margins are falling, then focus on other key drivers that can affect profit margin to a downfall. There can be a number of reasons for a decreased gross profit margin. These reasons can range from input costs are more, too many discounts are being given, production is not up to the mark, or prices of production materials is increased recently. Take corrective action after the realization of the reason. The Major Profit Mistakes of Businesspersons Entrepreneurs focus on increasing revenue through prospective customers and partially forget their existing customers. They do not promote their product and market the brand image so they often miss the chances to increase prices while their competitors do. Marketing is an investment tool. They cut costs on marketing and hence they cut investment in business virtually. Marketing attracts more customers. Increasing price of a product in comparison to another similar product with lesser price can affect the market share of the product. Price, variable costs, fixed costs, and sales are key driving factors in a business. It is highly undesirable for a business to focus on one driver and not interpret the other economic drivers in a business. Strategic marketing of your product is equally and essentially important and will help to attract more customers and generate more sales and increased net profits. It will also build a brand image of your product and its price can be increased to increase the profit margin. Make decisions in strategic ways that will upsurge the business in the long run. About Complete Controller – Americas Bookkeeping Experts Complete Controller is the Nations Leader in virtual accounting, providing services to businesses and households alike. Utilizing Complete Controllers technology, clients gain access to a cloud-hosted desktop where their entire team and tax accountant may access the QuickBooks file and critical financial documents in an efficient and secure environment. 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Thanks for the lesson. Dont forget Zimbabwe i love the billion dollar bills im an instant billionaire. Economy drivers license. Economic drivers and indicators. And 7 years later, we on minus interests in EU. so the system (EU) will soon claps... probably this year, 2020. bye bye EURO Zone... Very good, very informative. Economy drivers in latin america 2019. Economic drivers in hawaii. Economic drivers to marriage. By Uma Shashikant Slowdown is the word on every lip. Numbers are tumbling out, showing consumption is dropping and businesses are not making fresh investments. While some warn that the demographic dividend has boomeranged into teeming unemployed youth, others are pointing at slowing exports. Old ways of doing business no longer work. We are yet to figure out how to negotiate the new path. Consider three important drivers of the economy—agricultural income, investment by industry and credit growth from banks and institutional lending. Without these three, we cant fix the biggest driver—consumption demand. Agriculture is a long-neglected segment in India, despite being the source of livelihood for the majority of the population. Agricultural incomes have stagnated, raising fears of rural poverty. We can blame demonetisation and increased curbs on use of cash, since a significant portion of agricultural transactions happen in cash. It accentuated other problems that have not been fixed in a very long time. We have two layers of anarchy in this segment— the first is the government-sponsored program of buying agricultural produce at pre-fixed prices. This skews everything from what is produced, how and in what quantities. It has also led to mono-cropping, poor water management, overuse of chemicals and largescale wastages at FCI. The lack of formal markets for agricultural produce is further accentuated by systems like the APMC, where fair price to farmers outside government procurement has been denied for years. Add to it the lack of adequate credit systems and insurance, the agricultural economy is set up to fail. The second layer is the dominance of feudalistic landlords. Apart from being the sole lenders at usurious rates, local mafia controls everything from fertilizer, seed and pesticide distribution, to the APMC yard and ownership of co-operative banks. Since agriculture is still not taxed, the income inequality among rich and poor farmers is deep. Pulling the plug on cash simply led to a collapse of an already weak system. There are marginal farmers bleeding from the want of adequate credit, insurance and fair price for their produce. Long-term structurally bold solutions will antagonise existing rent seekers and face difficulties in taking the unorganised majority along. Reforms need government action and thought leadership from the agricultural community. We still do not know how that will happen. Indian industry has always been an opportunistic player. From the early days of trying to work around license and permits, to the liberal era of toll roads, mining and spectrum, fair game, ethics and problem-solving have seldom been at play. Wasteful investments in far-flung areas just to take advantage of tax breaks, unrelated diversification and expansion that wastes capital; formation of multiple entities to indulge in creative accounting; scouting for ways to cheat the system in collusion with political powers; and accessing finances from institutions and banks with the intent to default, while manipulating stock markets have all been practices many businesses have indulged in. That these activities remain unchecked is a matter of concern. To ask why investments by industry are low is to forget that industry does not see an opportunity at this time that can be exploited with other peoples money. When the foundations are so weak, it only takes one measure that asks all businesses to declare revenues in full to shake it all up. Impound some of that revenue as tax, and add to it complexity, confusion and operational bottlenecks, you have the recipe for disruption. GST now holds the blame for stalling the business environment. The problem is lack of innovation, dynamism and problem solving as the core driver of business. Perhaps we are a nation of sly traders more willing to turn money and goods around, than build lasting value. Many blame the banking system. Before nationalisation, we had a local communitybased system, but it was built on sound lending practices. Our private banks were led by shrewd lenders who knew how to lend and recover. We now have a credit system in shambles, since we replaced that system of sound banking with a system that lacked accountability. After being tested by many reckless governments and politicians, and moving from one crisis to another, we have now reached disintegration. From IL&FS to PMC Bank, the underlying story is the same. Depositors money has been used to favour poor quality borrowers, through a network of collusion and corruption that sidestepped every rational credit process. Weak balance sheets lead to stalled credit and the economic engine halts. Consider the construction company that is wreaking havoc currently. The builder sells property to individuals willing to fund a portion of it in black, and the rest with home loans. They are willing to pay in advance and wait for delivery. Prices skyrocket from a combination of eager buyers and easy credit. The builder collects advances, funds a bunch of projects using a part of this money as seed capital, and seeks bank loans for the balance. The property the buyer mortgaged and funded, is now re-mortgaged and re-funded against inflated prices. When it collapses, it takes everyone down. Add lower employment and stagnant income of buyers, the weakness is complete. This is just a glimpse of the rot. We have a broken structure. We need long-term vision and commitment to set the economy on a stronger path, building block by block. Or we need a bottom up corrective action that puts every fresh block on sound footing and resurrects the system over time. Without a national ethos for industry, ethics and fair play, how would we fix this rot? The author is Chairperson, Centre for Investment Education and Earning. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this column are that of the writer. The facts and opinions expressed here do not reflect the views of. Commenting feature is disabled in your country/region.
S 0 Mil Per Capita GDP at Current Prices 0 Scroll down to see more Change in Value Added per Worker In Chained (2015) Dollars in 2018 Number, Employment and Value Added of Enterprises in 2018 ENTERPRISE COUNT TOTAL 263, 900 EMPLOYMENT 3. 5 Mil NOMINAL VALUE ADDED S447 Bil Enterprise Size Enterprise Ownership S532. 5 Bil Total Exports S 0. 0 Bil Total Merchandise Trade in 2019 S489. 7 Bil Total Imports TOP 6 TRADING PARTNERS S137. 3 Bil CHINA S113. 0 Bil MALAYSIA S111. 1 Bil EU 28 S105. 0 Bil UNITED STATES S66. 5 Bil TAIWAN S65. 3 Bil HONG KONG Changes in Prices of Imported & Exported Goods in 2019 Import Price Index 2019 over 2018 Year-on-Year Change Export Price Index Do You Know? in 2018... 2. 3 Mil Resident Labour Force LFPR = Labour Force Participation Rate i 44. 8 Hrs Average Weekly Hours Worked 127 Banks operating in Singapore 6. 9 Mil Main Credit Cards 1. 3 Mil Supplementary Credit Cards 8. 4 Mil Mobile Phone Subscription 3. 3 Mil MRT Average Daily Ridership 18. 5 Mil International Visitor Arrivals S26. 9 Bil Tourism Receipts.
Previous Post - Attending Officer Basic at Fort Lee Virginia I spent six years in the National Guard during those years I got married, had two children, went to Officer Candidate School (OCS) and became an officer. All too often though, I endured periods of unemployment in civilian life. The late 70s and early 80s was not a great time to be a lower middle-class, blue-collar worker. I had learned carpentry in vocational school, but no one was building houses and looking for apprentice carpenters. I was desperate to find any job, not just a good job. This included a stint where I passed the exam to sell life insurance and tried to sell it door to door. I made no money but I learned that I was not cut out to be a salesman. I also had a short career in the pizza delivery business. I started as a driver, moved up to pizza maker, and finally assistant manager. The main education I gained from that experience was that I was good at making and delivering pizza but sadly I was lacking in store management skills and was let go when I came up short balancing the till at the end of a couple of shifts. So, jobs managing cash didnt seem to be my forte either. I spent the next several months looking for full time work while drawing partial unemployment and working part-time at a burger joint cleaning up in the mornings. Meanwhile, my finances were in a tailspin due to meager pay and emergency medical bills without insurance and bills kept piling up. As a last resort, I visited an Army recruiter in Clarksville, IN to see if I could get an active duty position as a Commissioned Officer. They were excited to have a branch qualified Quartermaster Lieutenant wanting to go active, and that lasted all the way to the point where I was asked where Id graduated college. The active army at that time required a college degree and I had barely graduated high school. With my back against the wall economically, I regrouped and replied; “How would you like a really well trained private? ” This was looking promising as I tested well enough I could have my choice of Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) and becoming an X-Ray Technician looked lucrative and like something I could do as a civilian after my enlistment was up. I had no career plans at that time, I was just looking for steady employment. That bubble lasted up until the question: “Do you have a prior MOS? ” I replied “63 Bravo” and the recruiter replied “Congratulations you are now a Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic! ” Excited that I was able to enlist and deflated that I couldnt be an active duty officer. I went home to tell the wife Id been accepted for active duty. Signing the contract was one thing, going through the Military Enlistment Processing Center (MEPS) was another chore altogether. The good ole, poked and prodded and tested for this and that. All kinds of mundane little things you dont want to remember. The recruiter had put me up the night before I left in the Louisville Inn in downtown Louisville. I was lodged there so I could be at MEPS at 0600, 11 April 1984. During that overnight stay, I used their sauna to sweat off a few pounds to ensure I was below my maximum weight. If I weighed too much, I would be sent home and I couldnt allow that to happen. Being overweight was the fastest way to get put out of the army at that time, due to the all-volunteer force and other force reduction mandates and the economy. Low and behold, I weighed in at 211 pounds and I was told I was over the weight limit. Fortunately, I noticed Id been incorrectly measured as 74 inches in height and I asked them to measure me again. I remeasured at 75 inches and that allowed me to weigh 217 pounds, so I made my weight and was good to go. With the weight issue behind me, I only had one additional hurdle to pass. I had to report to my duty station at Fort Hood, TX before midnight. Reporting before midnight was a stipulation caused by my unique pedigree in the military. When leaving the National Guard for active duty as an enlisted soldier, I had tendered a “Conditional Resignation. ” This allowed me to serve on active duty as an enlisted soldier and have my National Guard commission transferred to the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) control group in St. Louis MO. I was going to be “Dual Component” active enlisted and reserve officer. The only catch was that I had to enlist and report for duty the same day. I was assigned to the 21st Replacement Detachment at Fort Hood TX, so that didnt seem like a big issue. Until I got my travel voucher. I was dropped off at Standiford Field in Louisville, KY at about 3 PM with a voucher that got me tickets to Atlanta – Dallas/Fort Worth - Killeen TX. The first two flights were on Delta airlines and the third was a regional TX airline, Rio Airways. My flight left Louisville at about 4 PM and I arrived in Atlanta before 6PM. My flight to Dallas left the gate about 45 minutes later, then promptly sat on the tarmac for an hour due to takeoff delays. This made my timing for my Dallas connection close even though the pilots did their best to make up time to DFW by flying near maximum airspeed the entire flight. The flight crew did everything they could for passengers with connecting flights. They asked who was going where and gave us our gate information and asked for all passengers not making a connection to remain seated while those of us with connections headed out for to catch our flights. I disembarked at Gate 10, Terminal E, and I had to board my flight at Gate 1 (Rio Airways) so I figured that would work out well, until I got between Gates 8 and 9 and heard the final boarding call for my flight. In the 1978 there had been a Hertz TV commercial where O. J. Simpson ran through an airport hurdling velvet ropes to make a flight, I did my best to emulate him at that moment. I arrived at the Gate 1 ticket counter breathless and the Rio agent was asked if I was “Insert a Name here”. I replied NO, but I slapped my boarding pass on the counter. She pointed to a door and I ran down a staircase and across the tarmac where they reopened the door of the idling aircraft and let me collapse in the rear seat. The plane landed in Killeen, TX at 11 PM and I was picked up by the staff of the reception station by 11:30 arriving at the post and signed in at about 11:45 PM. It was close, but I had completed the first requirement and had reported at Fort Hood before midnight. One of the first things I learned is that Fort Hood never referred to itself as Fort Hood. It is III Corps (Three Corps) and Fort Hood, as they never want anyone to forget that it was the only installation that had TWO army divisions as tenants of the installation. My arrival was pretty unceremonious, they signed me in, gave my sheets and a blanket and took me to the transient barracks. The staff duty runner did point out where the dining facility (Mess Hall) was located and that it opened at 6 AM and that I needed to report for in processing at 8 AM. The first day of in processing was as uneventful as my day at MEPS the day earlier. The standard hurry up and wait army philosophy. I was halfway through my second day of in processing and explaining my dual component status for at least the third time when I was given a note to call the Red Cross. As a soldier, getting a message from the Red Cross was ALWAYS BAD NEWS. The Red Cross was the de facto civilian verification agency for family emergencies in the army. The message was to call my father. This left me with a quandary as I had no phone access and this was before long distance calling was cheap and simple. Fortunately, the sergeant working with me was on the ball and handing me a phone and told me it was a Wide Area Telephone Service (WATS) line and to call home. I called my father and learned that my Grandmother, had died. Grandma had been my landlord for the past three years and shed begged me not to go to the army the day before I left. My father asked if I wanted to come home and I said no, as it would have required taking advance pay and advance emergency leave. I wasnt ready to deal with either of these (I had gone on active duty due to finance issues) and besides, she had already passed and I wanted to remember her alive. The next day I was carted off in a passenger van to West Fort Hood where I had been assigned to the Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC) 163rd Military Intelligence Battalion at West Fort Hood. I was kinda dumbfounded as I never dealt with the MI and my only knowledge of the MI was that Military Intelligence was a contradiction in terms. The HHC commander was Captain Felix Aponte. I met him briefly during the in briefing to the unit from the 1st Sergeant and then I was taken outside to afternoon formation to meet my platoon sergeant. It was quite a surprise as the platoon sergeant was Sergeant First Class (SFC) Clarence Wood. Six years earlier, Sergeant (SGT) Clarence Wood had been one of my drill instructors in Bravo Company, 5th Battalion, 4th Advanced Individual Training (AIT) Brigade at Fort Leonard Wood, MO. To my utmost surprise, SFC Wood recognized and remembered me. I had fond memories of SGT Wood when I was at the Wheeled Vehicle Mechanics Course (WVMC) there at Fort “Lost in the Woods” our affectionate name of that training base. SGT Wood ran B-5-4 into the ground. “Bravo Five Four, We Set the Standard! ” was the company motto and he helped reinforce that motto. SGT Wood at that time was likely in his mid-twenties and he smoked two packs of Kool cigarettes a day. I learned that SFC Wood, could still run and still call cadence like he had six years earlier. Id never been much of a runner and Id always had challenges maintaining my weight, except for the times I was subject to Sergeant Wood and his love for running. This was how my entry on to active duty began. Next Post - Life at Fort Hood in HHC 163rd MI Battalion.
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Economy drivers ed. Economy. Thank you so much for the Video, this is exactly the content i needed from a few years ago. The animation makes it easier to understand. Thanks Ray Dalio for the education, Thanks the editing team for the animation. And of course i don't forget to Thank Youtube! Thank you. Market volatility has picked up recently. As long-term investors, here are the five key factors we are keeping a close eye on as we navigate through increased turbulence: 1. Inflation – Economic growth rates across the globe have been better than expected at a time when central bank policy has remained accommodative. Moreover, we now have additional fiscal stimulus in the US via tax reform. All of this has been reflected in buoyant markets for risky assets. An increasing rate of inflation is a concern because this could drive central banks to tighten monetary policy more aggressively than currently anticipated. 2. Geopolitical Disruption – Weve had a decade of a relatively benign geopolitical environment. Driven by an electorate that seems to prefer an inward focus, leaders have done just that. Some say this is rightfully so, considering the historical role the US has played in maintaining world order. Regardless of ones view on what the role of the US should be, one must acknowledge that the geopolitical environment feels less stable, increasing the probability of some disruption (including trade wars) which would be detrimental to the global economy and financial markets. 3. Corporate Earnings – Earning are always a focus given the importance to valuations. Weve already begun to see the benefits of the recent US tax overhaul, as companies are increasing their forward-looking earnings estimates. What remains a question: will this lead to valuations expanding and higher stock prices? Or will earnings catch up to stock prices that already fully reflect the higher estimates? 4. Shift in Monetary Policy – As economic data turns more positive, there is a risk that central banks will become too aggressive in their efforts to tighten monetary policy. We believe markets have become accustomed to easy money, thereby becoming more sensitive to any changes. With that said, we believe some pull back on monetary stimulus is necessary and expect three additional interest rate hikes in the US in 2018, along with Federal Reserve continuing to sell (or not replace) the fixed-income assets on its balance sheet. 5. Longer-term Benefits and Costs of Tax Policy Changes – One could argue that the US economy did not need an additional “shot in the arm” (lower taxes) as we are at, or close to, full employment and GDP growth has improved. We agree with tax policy that increases US competitiveness and productivity, although we are also hopeful that this will not be a lost opportunity to reduce the national debt.
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The year 2018 marked the best results since the arrival in power of the military-led government in 2014, but economic growth decreased in 2019 to an estimated 2. 9% due to a global slowdown and elevated trade tensions between the United States and China; it is expected to grow slightly to 3% and 3. 5% in 2020 and 2021, according to IMF. Inflation decreased to 0. 9% in 2019 and is estimated to remain stable in 2020 and should reach 1. 2% in 2021 (IMF) which will probably be offset by the favourable impact on pay of strong employment and activity in most sectors. Deficit decreased to 0. 1% and fiscal balance is expected to be at a small surplus (0. 1% in 2020 before decreasing again in 2021 to -0. 4% IMF. Public debt remained relatively stable in 2019, estimated by the IMF at 42. 4% although is expected to grow in 2020 and 2021 to 43% and 43. 8% respectively. Despite high indebtedness, household consumption, amounting to 49% of GDP in 2019 (Bank of Thailand) is projected to remain strong, reflecting the levels of real disposable National Strategic Plan (2017-2036) places the emphasis on improving the business environment, boosting the country's competitiveness and long-term economic performance through the development of rail, road, airport, and electricity infrastructures. The unemployment rate remained very low in 2019 (1. 2% and is projected to maintain the same level in the coming years (IMF data. Thailand's official unemployment rate is among the lowest in the world due to low birth rate, lack of social insurancy and informal sector employing the bulk of workforce (street vendors, motorbike taxis and self-employed. Main Indicators 2016 2017 2018 2019 (e) 2020 (e) GDP (billions USD) 411. 84 455. 38 e 490. 12 524. 25 555. 23 GDP (Constant Prices, Annual% Change) 3. 3 3. 9 e 4. 6 3. 9 3. 7 GDP per Capita (USD) 5, 970 6, 591 7, 084 7, 570 8, 011 General Government Balance (in% of GDP) 0. 8 -0. 9 -0. 8 -1. 2 General Government Gross Debt (in% of GDP) 41. 8 41. 9 41. 9 e 41. 3 41. 2 Inflation Rate. 0. 2 0. 7 0. 9 0. 9 1. 1 Unemployment Rate. of the Labour Force) 0. 8 0. 7 Current Account (billions USD) 48. 24 51. 08 44. 82 42. 52 38. 20 Current Account (in% of GDP) 11. 7 11. 2 9. 1 e 8. 1 6. 9 Source: IMF – World Economic Outlook Database, October 2018 Note: e) Estimated Data Main Sectors of Industry Thailand has a labor force of 38. 9 million people out of its 69. 4 million population. Its economy is heavily based on agriculture, which contributes 8. 1% of the GDP and employs 30. 4% of the active population. The country is largest producer of rubber in the world and one of the leading producers and exporters of rice; it also possesses sugar, corn, jute, cotton and tobacco among its major crops. Fishing constitutes an important activity as Thailand is a major exporter of farmed shrimp. However, agriculture's contribution to the GDP is declining, while the exports of goods and services have increased. The manufacturing sector accounts for 34. 9% of the GDP and is well diversified, employing 23. The main Thai industries are electronics, steel and automotive. Thailand is an assembly hub for international car brands. Electrical components and appliances, computers, cement production, furniture and plastic products are also important sectors. The textile sector employs less than a quarter of the active population and is no longer as dynamic as tourism, which has become the main source of foreign currency. The tertiary sector, including financial services, is rising and contributes to 56. 9% of the GDP. It employs 46% of the active population. Tourism plays an ever more important role in the Thai economy. According to Ministry of Tourism, in 2019 (up to November) Thailand welcomed 35. 8 million foreign visitors, which means an increase of 3. 3% compared to the same period of the previous year. The country has become one of the top 10 travel destinations and China provides the largest number of tourists (28. 8% of the total. Breakdown of Economic Activity By Sector Agriculture Industry Services Employment By Sector (in% of Total Employment) 32. 0 22. 5 44. 6 Value Added (in% of GDP) 8. 7 35. 1 56. 3 Value Added (Annual% Change) 6. 2 1. 6 4. 3 World Bank, Latest Available Data. Because of rounding, the sum of the percentages may be smaller/greater than 100. Find more information about your business sector on our service Market reports. Find out all the exchange rates daily on our service International currency converter. Find out more about Market Analysis about Thailand on, the Directory for International Trade Service Providers. Indicator of Economic Freedom Definition: The Economic freedom index measure ten components of economic freedom, grouped into four broad categories or pillars of economic freedom: Rule of Law (property rights, freedom from corruption) Limited Government (fiscal freedom, government spending) Regulatory Efficiency (business freedom, labour freedom, monetary freedom) and Open Markets (trade freedom, investment freedom, financial freedom. Each of the freedoms within these four broad categories is individually scored on a scale of 0 to 100. A countrys overall economic freedom score is a simple average of its scores on the 10 individual freedoms. Score: 68, 3/100 World Rank: 43 Regional Rank: 10 Economic freedom in the world (interactive map) Source: 2019 Index of Economic Freedom, Heritage Foundation Business environment ranking Definition: The business rankings model measures the quality or attractiveness of the business environment in the 82 countries covered by The Economist Intelligence Units Country Forecast reports. It examines ten separate criteria or categories, covering the political environment, the macroeconomic environment, market opportunities, policy towards free enterprise and competition, policy towards foreign investment, foreign trade and exchange controls, taxes, financing, the labour market and infrastructure. 6. 78 34/82 Source: The Economist - Business Environment Rankings 2014-2018.
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