reciprocal demand

reciprocal demand
межд. эк. взаимный спрос (показатель, синтезирующий спрос и предложение и показывающий, какое количество импортного товара требуется стране, чтобы побудить ее продавать различные количества другого товара на экспорт, т. е. спрос на импорт, выраженный через спрос на экспорт)
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  • reciprocal demand — noun : the demand of two persons or communities for one another s products …   Useful english dictionary

  • reciprocal — 1 Reciprocal, mutual, common mean shared, experienced, or shown by each of the persons or things concerned. Reciprocal has for its distinctive implication the return in due measure by each of two sides of whatever is offered, given, or manifested …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • demand — A claim; a legal obligation; a request to perform an alleged obligation; a written statement of a claim, Brennan v Swasey, 16 Cal 141; a requisition or request under a claim of right, Brackenridge v Texas, 27 Tex App 513, 11 SW 630; the assertion …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • William McKinley: Reciprocal Trade Agreements — ▪ Primary Source              The McKinley Tariff of 1890 was the highest in the nation s history. Yet, eleven years later, while serving his second term as President, McKinley revised his views, and the last speech he made before his… …   Universalium

  • Longfield, Mountifort — ▪ Irish economist born 1802, Desert Serges, or Desert Magee, County Cork, Ireland died November 21, 1884, Dublin       Irish judge, economist, and the first professor of political economy at Trinity College, Dublin.       In his varied career,… …   Universalium

  • John Elliott Cairnes — (December 26, 1823 July 8, 1875) was an Irish economist. He is often described as the last of the classical economists .Cairnes was born at Castlebellingham, County Louth, Ireland. After leaving school, he spent some years in the counting house… …   Wikipedia

  • Torrens, Robert — ▪ British economist and politician born 1780, Hervey Hill, County Derry, Ireland died May 27, 1864, London, England       British economist, soldier, politician, and promoter of schemes for the colonization of Australia.       Torrens joined the… …   Universalium

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