Following this logic 'Nordas' calculations (for 1990) would lead to the expectation that a sustained shift away from anti-protectionist bias, that characterized the decade of the 1990s should have resulted in relatively high RRCA values for products in the Resource Intensive category since this category had the highest relative Unit Labor Cost (RULC)--or "Competitiveness Index" of 0.
What does RULC stand for?
RULC stands for Relative Unit Labor Cost
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Relative unit labor costs The economies covered by these comparative measures differ greatly in their relative importance to U.
relative unit labor costs were down 32 percent from 1973.