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  • open economy — UK US noun [C] ECONOMICS ► an economy where goods and services are traded with other countries without rules or limits: »Mexico maintained its push for an open economy and free trade …   Financial and business terms

  • open economy — noun One involved in overseas trade • • • Main Entry: ↑open …   Useful english dictionary

  • Open economy — Part of a series on Economic systems Ideological systems Anarchist  …   Wikipedia

  • open economy — An economy in which a significant percentage of its goods and services are traded internationally. The degree of openness of an economy usually depends on the amount of overseas trade in which the country is involved or the political policies of… …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • open economy — economic system that freely trades with other systems …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Small open economy — A small open economy, abbreviated to SMOPEC, is an economy that participates in international trade, but is small enough compared to its trading partners that its policies do not alter world prices, interest rates, or incomes. Thus, the countries …   Wikipedia

  • Economy of the Netherlands — Currency Euro Fiscal year calendar year Trade organisations EU, WTO and OECD Statistics GDP …   Wikipedia

  • Economy of Lebanon — Infobox Economy country = Lebanon width = 290px currency = Lebanese pound (LBP) year = calendar year organs = GCC, WTO, GAFTA, EFTA and others.. rank = NA gdp = $42.27 billion (2007 est.) growth = 4% (2007 est.) per capita = $11,300 (2007 est.)… …   Wikipedia

  • Economy of El Salvador — Economic StatisticsGDP:purchasing power parity $18.1 billion (1999 est.)GDP real growth rate:2.2% (1999 est.)GDP per capita:purchasing power parity $3,100 (1999 est.)GDP composition by sector: agriculture: 12% industry: 22% services: 66% (1999… …   Wikipedia

  • Economy of Hungary — Infobox Economy country = Hungary currency = Hungarian Forint (HUF) year = Calendar Year organs = WTO, OECD, EU rank = 50th gdp = $194 bn growth = 1.4% (2007) per capita = $19,799 (2008 IMF est.) sectors = agriculture (3%), industry (32%),… …   Wikipedia

  • open — I. adjective (opener; openest) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German offan open, Old English ūp up Date: before 12th century 1. having no enclosing or confining barrier ; accessible on all or nearly all sides …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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