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1. balance of payments deficit

2. fair trade

3. EC

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5. External market

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8. Protectionism

9. import penetration

10. Free Port

11. anti-dumping

12. World Trade Organization

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14. bilateral trade

15. Country risk

16. external trade

17. GATT

18. free trade zone

19. Trade Agreement

20. Export-Import Bank

21. customs seal

22. OECD

23. common market

24. Invisibles

25. tariff

26. Notifying Bank

27. Certificate of Origin

28. international trade

29. economic sanctions

30. visible

31. Balance of payments

32. Export Credit Guarantee Department

33. forfaiting

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35. free trade

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37. Landed Costs

38. BOP

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40. invisible trade

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43. ECGD

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47. Most Favored Nation

48. Countertrade

49. border tax adjustment

50. trade deficit

51. Dumping

52. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

53. Customs Union

54. one-way trade

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56. Balance of trade

57. landing order

58. Customs Duty

59. clearance certificate

60. embargo

61. free trade area

62. Bonded Warehouse

63. creditor nation

64. customs entry point

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66. Import Duty

67. balance of payments surplus

68. offshoring

69. customs barrier

70. quota system

71. Customs Broker

72. BOT

73. trade barrier

74. import

75. protective tariff

76. exportation

77. import quota

78. open economy

79. EEA

80. debtor nation

81. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

82. MFN

83. import surcharge

84. EFTA

85. European Free Trade Association

86. Trade War

87. Advising bank

88. Trade balance

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Dollar-weighted Rate Of Return

Categories: Accounting, Investing and Trading,

The rate of return that would make the present value of future cash flows plus the final market value of an investment or business opportunity equal the current market price of the investment or opportunity; in other words, the rate of return at which the net present value of the project is zero. If the internal rate of return exceeds the cost of financing the project, then the project is viable. The internal rate of return is also useful in ranking competing investment projects (the higher the internal rate of return, the better the project is), but there are some limitations with this technique. First, if cash flows change from negative or positive, or vice versa, a unique internal rate of return cannot be calculated, Second, in the case that competing projects are being considered, the internal rate of return criteria sometimes gives a different ranking than the net present value criteria. Thus, net present value is usually preferred over internal rate of return, since net present value is a specific number and is usually easier to calculate. also called dollar-weighted rate of return.

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