Balance of Goods

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Problem 1:
The Brazil’s balance of goods=Goods Export +Goods Imports
Year 2000= 55086+(-55783)=-697
Year 2001= 58223+(-55572)=2651
Year 2002= 60362+(-47241)=13121
Year 2003= 73084+(-48290)=24794
Year 2004= 96475+(-62809)=33666
Year 2005= 118308+(-73606)=44702
Year 2006= 137807+(-91350)=46457
Year 2007= 160649+(-120617)=40032
Year 2008=197942+(-173107)=24835
Year 2009=152995+(-127705)=25290

Problem 2:
The Brazil’s balance of services=Service trade credits+ Service trade debits:
Year 2000= 9498+(-16660)=-7162
Year 2001= 9322+(-17081)=-7759
Year 2002= 9551+(-14509)=-4958
Year 2003= 10447+(-15378)=-4931
Year 2004= 12584+(-17260)=-4676
Year 2005= 16048+(-24356)=-8308
Year 2006= 19462+(-29116)=-9654
Year 2007= 23954+(-37173)=-13219
Year 2008= 30451+(-47140)=-16689
Year 2009= 27728+(-46974)= -19246

Problem 3:
The Brazil’s balance of goods and service= balance of goods + balance of service:
Year 2000=-697+(-7162)=-7859
Year 2001=2651+(-7759)=-5108
Year 2002= 13121+(-4958)=8163
Year 2003= 24794+(-4931)=19863
Year 2004= 33666+(-4676)=28990
Year 2005= 44702+(-8308)=36394
Year 2006= 46457+(-9654)=36803
Year 2007= 40032+(-13219)=26813
Year 2008= 24835+(-16689)=8146
Year 2009= 25290+(-19246)=6044

Problem 4:
The Brazil’s balance of goods, service and income= balance of goods and service+ balance of income
Year 2000=-7859+3621+(-21507)=-25745
Year 2001=-5108+3280+(-23023)=-24851
Year 2002=8163+3295+(-21486)=-10028
Year 2003=19863+3339+(-21891)=1311
Year 2004=28990+3199+(-23719)=8470
Year 2005=36394+3194+(-29162)=10426
Year 2006=36803+6438+(-33927)=9314
Year 2007=26813+11493+(-40784)=-2478
Year 2008=8146+12511+(-53073)=-32416
Year 2009=6044+8826+(-42510)=-27640

Problem 5:
The Brazil’s current account balance=balance of goods, service and income+ balance of current transfers
Current transfers=current transfer credit+ current…...

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