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(sāv'ing),
Rapid recovery of a complex motor skill after a long absence of practice.
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He stressed that the search for investors will prove a key factor for filling the gap in domestic savings, which are not enough to finance the targeted economic growth rate.
The first problem was typical for some Southeast Asian countries that had high domestic savings before the crisis, while the second problem is typical of many Latin American countries with low domestic savings.
Consequently, a country that runs a current account deficit and experiences an inflow of foreign savings will find that its domestic investment exceeds its domestic savings by exactly that amount, assuming no measurement error (figure 2).
If we do not want to slow domestic investment, there is only one alternative, and that is to increase domestic savings.
Overall, the emergence of China as a significant capital exporter, through a continuous recycling of its huge domestic savings and external surpluses, should be beneficial to the global economy, resulting in a win-win situation for all.
To be able to talk about a sustained growth we need to increase the capacity for domestic savings.
Global trade imbalances are heavily influenced by financial motivations, which arise in part because of the inability of emerging markets to allocate domestic savings efficiently.
Low domestic savings do not support higher investment levels, says Enrique Blanco, Lead Country Economist.
That said, the AKP government should be aware that these superficial measures would not be helpful in increasing domestic savings since it also decided to announce a public saving campaign.
Where MC = Market capitalization as share of GDP proxy stock market development, FDI = Foreign direct investment as share of GDP, GNPC = GNP per capita proxied for economic growth, INF = Inflation rate, SAV = Domestic savings as share of GDP and [mu] is error term.
The focus should have been to increase domestic savings through devising appropriate macroeconomic policies and investment strategies to boost the growth using savings.

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