VAL will also prepare and make publically available a document that sets out its Terms of Trade and will send a letter to each grower with which it has traded enclosing a copy of its Terms of Trade and a proposed HPA.
What does TOT stand for?
TOT stands for Terms of Trade
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- Turkish Foundation for Small and Medium Business
- Talk of the Town
- Task Order Team (Defense Logistics Agency)
- Teachers of Tomorrow (education program; various schools)
- Team Orange Triangle
- Technical Operations Team (various organizations)
- Telephone Organization of Thailand
- Templars of Twilight (gaming)
- Temple of Time (Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time; video game)
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The bank said that the nation's terms of trade could face further pressure in the coming quarter as international buyers would benefit from the high Australian dollar.
Glenn Stevens said Australian corporate balance sheets were solid, terms of trade economics committee.
Even though trade is less important for the economy in the United States than is the case in many countries, changes in the terms of trade can have a significant impact on real GDI.
Economic theory holds that at the aggregate level the growth of real wages are determined by labour productivity growth, a relationship mediated by the labour's share of output and labour's terms of trade (the price of output relative to the price of goods that workers consume).
But in New Labour's lexicon surely it connotes little more than a batch, or series, of ad hoc measures designed to alleviate spreading economic hardship - a situation that has arisen as a result of a most unfortunate conjuncture of the 'bust' that was not meant to follow the boom; the associated credit crunch; and the deterioration in our terms of trade resulting from the sharp rise in the price of food and (much more so) energy.
The terms of trade are defined as the ratio of the money prices of imports and exports, while the balance of trade is the ratio of the value of exports to imports.
INTRODUCTION The relationship between trade balance and terms of trade or trade balance and real exchange rate continues to be of substantial interest in trade literature and by policy makers.