International trade and payments data: an introduction
AbstractGlobal trade and payments data, although absolutely essential to an understanding of the pattern and direction of world commerce, are not completely unambiguous. Compilers of such data face numerous problems of definition and measurement of particular components of nations’ aggregate external accounts.
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Volume (Year): (1991)
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