Credit Control and Rationing New MCQs 516 to 520



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Credit Control and Rationing MCQs

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Economics 516-520

If the increase in exports exceeds the increase in imports, and other things remain the same, then the level of income will:

The market for very short term loans is known as:

By which year had the gold standard virtually disappeared from the world as an international monetary system?

The ‘terms of trade’ refer to:

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