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Trend 2005 - 2013. International Monetary Fund. Balance of Payments: Primary Income | Country: Zambia | International Monetary Fund Subject: Primary income | Units: PRIMARY INCOME - Balance (US$), 2005-2013. Data-Planet™ Statistical Ready Reference by Conquest Systems, Inc. Dataset-ID: 056-006-005.

International Monetary Fund

Data-Planet™ Statistical Ready Reference by Conquest Systems, Inc. 2015

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    Trend 2005 - 2013. International Monetary Fund. Balance of Payments: Primary Income | Country: Zambia | International Monetary Fund Subject: Primary income | Units: PRIMARY INCOME - Balance (US$), 2005-2013. Data-Planet™ Statistical Ready Reference by Conquest Systems, Inc. Dataset-ID: 056-006-005.
  • Author/Creator: International Monetary Fund
  • Publisher: Data-Planet™ Statistical Ready Reference by Conquest Systems, Inc.
  • Creation Date: 2015
  • Language: English
  • Subjects: Foreign Investment ; International Investment ; Gross National Income (Gni) ; International Economic Organizations ; Balance Of Payments ; Income
  • Description: International Monetary Fund (2015). Balance of Payments: Primary Income | Country: Zambia | International Monetary Fund Subject: Primary income | Units: PRIMARY INCOME - Balance (US$), 2005-2013. Data-Planet™ Statistical Ready Reference by Conquest Systems, Inc. [Data-file]. Dataset-ID: 056-006-005. Dataset: Reports primary income flows between resident and nonresident institutional units for International Monetary Fund member countries. Credit entries reflect primary income receivable by the reporting economy and debit entries reflect primary income payable by the reporting economy. The balance on primary income shows net primary income receivable by the reporting economy, which is defined as the total value of primary income receivable by the reporting economy less the total value of primary income payable. Primary income represents the return that accrues to institutional units for their contribution to the production process or for the provision of financial assets and renting natural resources to other institutional units. Two types of primary income are distinguished: (1) Income associated with the production process; and (2) Property income is the return for providing financial assets and renting natural resources. Investment income is the return for providing financial assets, comprising dividends and withdrawals from income of quasi-corporations, reinvested earnings, and interest. For each country, jurisdiction,...
  • Target Audience: eng
  • Identifier: DOI: 10.6068/DP14BACCDA00865