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Ceylon - Current economic situation : Main report (English)

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  • Document Date

    1971/03/25

  • Document Type

    Pre-2003 Economic or Sector Report

  • Report Number

    SA24

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • Country

    Sri Lanka,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/06/12

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Main report

  • Keywords

    rate of growth;external assistance;rate of investment;imports of investment good;domestic production;standard of living;supply of raw material;high level of employment;increase in capital expenditure;constant price;balance of payment;consumption;private investment;public sector industry;consumer good;consumer goods;public saving;supply of good;cost of living;volume of investment;capital output ratio;increase in income;import of goods;demand for import;import program;short-term credit;price control;agriculture and industry;current account deficit;structure of incentive;prices for goods;lines of credit;mass consumption good;social policy objectives;savings and investment;tax revenue relative;foreign exchange resource;public distribution system;degree of commitment;high growth rate;number of investors;distribution of consumption;per capita income;allocation of resource;trade in textile;current account balance;competition from imports;domestic economic policy;consumer goods imports;necessity life;effect of price;reduction in production;terms of trade;price of good;Public Sector Units;public sector operation;foreign exchange position;equal income distribution;structure of production;share of trade;equality in income;per capita term;estimates of income;source of revenue;consumer expenditure survey;decline in investment;import substitution;export earnings;Social Welfare;import capacity;current expenditure;export price;trade credit;commercial bank;private saving;exchange reserve;import policy;adequate supply;social system;world rice;rice subsidy;short-term trade;short term trade;exchange earnings;free market;concentration ratio;real income;real consumption;agricultural income;government revenue;statistical appendix;domestic consumption;total consumption;industrial material;exchange policy;extension service;public expenditure;liquidity position;saving rate;general elections;agricultural product;bank borrowing;short-term borrowing;External Finance;productive asset;increased imports;productive purposes;payment problem;social objective;import price;total saving;financial policies;equal distribution;resource transfer;capacity utilization;liquidity problem;food import;natural rubber;international agreement;export production;capital good;economic expansion;physical asset;domestic borrowing;maximum benefit;budget speech;government objective;government's capacity;agricultural production;investment rise;political climate;subsequent years;aid inflow;initial screening;consumer income;employment program;import demand;policy shift;consumer demand;banking system;food purchase;payment crisis;high traffic;exchange allocation;compulsory saving;public corporation;advance payment;government commitment;rice variety;merchandise export;absolute amount;standby period;gross disbursements;social policies;exchange asset;current consumption;supplier credit;price change;agricultural growth;capital stock;investment level;price decline;export sector;investment program;consumer import;retraining effort;merchandise import;trade sector;investment rate;net deficit;marginal savings;existing capacity;large corporation;labor problem;aid donor;efficient users;foreign trade;support price;procurement system;commodity aid;import consumption;open economy;cross road;total output;consumption need;political objective;increased income;government outlay;industrial activity;import payments;income transfer;guarantee price;rice crop;rising cost;government budget;budgetary development;domestic saving;Fiscal policies;fiscal policy;consumer subsidy;liquidity crisis;food production;rice production;irrigation facility;agricultural practice;private consumption;fixed investment;financial affair;exchange crisis;emergency measure;price rise;development policy;public finance;exchange system;rubber processing;export agriculture;government action;import restriction;export market;money supply;savings deposit;Bank Credit;total debt;coconut product;free education;public consumption

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Ceylon - Current economic situation : Main report (English). South Asia series ; no. SA 24 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/702361468114860157/Main-report