profitable, though (2), conditions (2), to meet the demands, although, lease, rent, advantage, disadvantage, purchase, to provide, besides
After the 1973 shock rise in oil prices firms tried to stay in business for some time…. they were given a new blow by the second sharp rise in oil prices in 1980-81.
Economic statistics have to of various potential users.
Industry-specific human capital has both… and experienced workers get higher wages, they may have difficulty in finding a job if their human capital has become of no or little value.
Economic… are constantly changing.
With risen prices for oil, producers find it… to do research on substitute sources of energy.
To analyze the labour market, an economist should first explain how and under which… people allocate their time to business, which means he should study the supply of labour…, he should decide how firms employ labour, which means he should study demand for labour.
Part of national income is spent on the… of imported goods and services… it should not exceed a certain share of it.
Transfer of surplus labour from agriculture to industry can… a source of economic growth.
… is a contract under which the owner of a building, machinery, land, etc. lets someone use his asset for a specified period of time in return for periodic payments of…