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The International Investment Position And Country’s Current Account Balance: Interrelationships Analysis

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  • Oleksandr Bozulenko

    (Chernivtsi Trade and Economics Institute of Kiev National Trade and Economics University)

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    Interdependence between balance of payments and country international investment position (MIP) is examined. It is pointed that for the developed countries in the period of 2005 –2011 balance on current operations already is not the determinative of development of their international investment positions. This phenomenon is explained by the cost changes of international requirements and obligations which are not registered in balance of payments. The algorithm of classification of countries is offered between the cumulative net investment positions and cumulative balances of current operations. The method of the net MIP country changes forecasting is developed depending on its balance of on current operations (by way of example of Germany).

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    Article provided by Yuriy Kovalenko in its journal Ukrainian Journal Ekonomist.

    Volume (Year): (2013)
    Issue (Month): 1 (January)
    Pages: 30-35

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    Handle: RePEc:uje:journl:y:2013:i:1:p:30-35
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