Finance and Competitiveness in Developing Countries

By José María Fanelli; Rohinton Medhora | Go to book overview

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2.1 Evolution of money and credit 22
2.2 Trade flows, 1983-96 24
2.3 Evolution of total assets 30
2.4 Pattern of finance, manufacturing 33
2.5 Pattern of finance of winners 33
2.6 Pattern of finance of losers 33
2.7 Pattern of finance of the non-tradable sector 34
2.8 Evolution of long-run liabilities 35
2.9 Evolution of net-denominated debt 36
2.10 Evolution of debt items in the non-tradable sector 37
3.1 Real exchange rate: level and volatility 50
3.2 Current account 50
3.3 Labor productivity in industry 52
3.4 Labor productivity, wage and unit labor cost in industry 52
3.5 Unit labor cost, prices in USD and profitability 53
3.6 Contribution to trade balance 56
3.7 Industrial firms 60
3.8 Liabilities/assets and debts/assets ratios for large and small firms 61
3.9 Liabilities/assets and debts/assets ratios for moreand less financially dependent firms 62
3.10 Liabilities/assets and debts/assets ratios for domestic and multinational firms 63
4.1 India's exports, imports, trade balance, current account balance and openness measure 81
4.2 Real effective exchange rate of the rupee 82
4.3 India's competitiveness and export growth - all commodities 84
4.4 India's competitiveness and export growth - manufacturing commodities 85
4.5 Labour productivity, real wages and unit labour costs (ULC) 93
4.6 Aggregate intra-industry trade 98
7.1 The relationship between the GDP growth rate and the current account deficit/GDP ratio, 1960-98 183

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