Global Economic Prospects and the Developing Countries, Volume 1
World Bank, Jan 1, 1991 - Developing countries - 71 pages
This report deals with three issues that are central challenges facing developing countries as they participate in the global trading system.
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Structural factors affecting the world economy
of foreign direct investment 1988
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adjustment aggregate analytical group annual percentage change average annual percentage beneﬁt billion capita incomes capital commodity prices coun creditworthiness debt relief debt service decade decline deﬁcit deﬁned devel developing countries developing regions difﬁcult domestic Downside Baseline High East Asia economic performance exchange rate expected external ﬁnance Figure ﬁnance ﬁnancial ﬁrst ﬁscal ﬂows foreign direct investment GDP growth GDP per capita Germany global economy grow growth rate high real interest higher imports increase industrial countries inﬂation inﬂuence international trade Japan Latin America levels lntemational long-term low-case scenario manufactures markets ment Middle East middle-income Nigeria nonfuel primary North Africa OECD oil prices output percentage point policies population-weighted primary commodities production prospects ratio Real GDP real interest rates reﬂect risk severely indebted signiﬁcant Source South Asia Sub-Saharan Africa t'ade Table terms of trade tion trend U.S. dollars uncertainty United Uruguay Round World Bank data world economy world trade