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Trend 2005 - 2013. International Monetary Fund. Balance of Payments: Goods and Services | Country: Luxembourg | International Monetary Fund Subject: Goods and services | Units: BALANCE ON GOODS AND SERVICES - Balance (US$), 2005-2013. Data-Planet™ Statistical Ready Reference by Conquest Systems, Inc. Dataset-ID: 056-006-002.

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: Goods and Services | Country: Luxembourg | International Monetary Fund Subject: Goods and services | Units: BALANCE ON GOODS AND SERVICES - Balance (US$), 2005-2013. Data-Planet™ Statistical Ready Reference by Conquest Systems, Inc. Dataset-ID: 056-006-002.
  • Author/Creator: International Monetary Fund
  • Publisher: Data-Planet™ Statistical Ready Reference by Conquest Systems, Inc.
  • Creation Date: 2015
  • Language: English
  • Subjects: International Economic Organizations ; Balance Of Payments ; International Trade
  • Description: International Monetary Fund (2015). Balance of Payments: Goods and Services | Country: Luxembourg | International Monetary Fund Subject: Goods and services | Units: BALANCE ON GOODS AND SERVICES - Balance (US$), 2005-2013. Data-Planet™ Statistical Ready Reference by Conquest Systems, Inc. [Data-file]. Dataset-ID: 056-006-002. Dataset: Reports transactions between residents and nonresidents in items that are outcomes of production activities goods and services for International Monetary Fund member countries. Production is defined as an activity in which an enterprise uses inputs (intermediate inputs, labor, produced and nonproduced assets) in order to transform them to an output that can be supplied to other units. Goods are physical, produced items over which ownership rights can be established and whose economic ownership can be passed from one institutional unit to another by engaging in transactions. Services are the result of a production activity that changes the conditions of the consuming units, or facilitates the exchange of products or financial assets. Services are not generally separate items over which ownership rights can be established and cannot generally be separated from their production. For each country, jurisdiction, or other reporting entity, the time series are provided as a balance and as credit vs debit in national...
  • Target Audience: eng
  • Identifier: DOI: 10.6068/DP14BACF9694370