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(sāv'ing),
Rapid recovery of a complex motor skill after a long absence of practice.
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The new law may help attract more foreign capital inflows, but if Egypt's overall investment rate is to rise to the levels of 25% of GDP that, historically, have supported sustained rises in living standards in other emerging markets, efforts to raise the domestic savings rate will be crucial.
2005) find the high correlations between domestic savings and domestic investment that reinforces the conclusion of Feldstein-Horioka (1980) that there is lack of international capital mobility among the nations.
This means that it can build up an amount of debt larger than its stock of domestic savings by incurring foreign liabilities.
They, therefore, underscored the need to rebalance the economy through macroeconomic policies and structural reforms aimed at increasing domestic savings and raising potential growth.
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.
The RBI report also called the "fall in domestic savings and relatively high fiscal deficit" as other key concerns for the Indian economy.
While the EU's economies continue their quest for a way out of the prolonged crisis, the research paper identifies three areas that could fuel growth in the CEE region: expanding and upgrading exports, raising productivity in lagging domestic sectors, and attracting foreign direct investment and increasing domestic savings.
Economists believe that Bangladesh can meet its infrastructural financing through a number of ways such as utilizing external and internal resources, domestic savings, and foreign exchange reserves.
small size, limited diversification and lack of domestic savings to fund
Montenegro's 'low' economic strength assessment is based on the economy's small size, limited diversification and lack of domestic savings to fund investment.
India needs to improve its domestic savings so that you can fuel and fund more domestic investment without needing to run such a large current account deficit" " Areas in India where you can get most dividends are in the public sector, infrastructure, and in improving the fiscal side of the economy.

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