Definition of Inflows

1. Noun. (plural of inflow) ¹



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Definition of Inflows

1. inflow [n] - See also: inflow

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inflows

inflicting
infliction
inflictions
inflictive
inflictor
inflictors
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inflight
infliximab
inflorescence
inflorescences
inflorescent
inflow
inflowed
inflowing
inflows (current term)
influencable
influence
influence peddler
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influenceability
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influenced
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influencers
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influencing

Literary usage of Inflows

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1. China: Progress and Reform Challenges by (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope, SourceOECD (Online service) (2003)
"FDI inflows to East, Central and West China in 2001 Source: MOFCOM FDI Statistics. ... Sectoral distribution of FDI inflows in 2000: primary, secondary and ..."

2. Pensions, Savings and Capital Flows: From Ageing to Emerging Markets by Helmut Reisen (2000)
"Second, to control the composition of inflows by discouraging short-term capital so as to limit the short-term foreign debt and foreign currency exposure of ..."

3. Trends in International Migration: Annual Report by OECD Staff, Oecd, SourceOECD (Online service) (2005)
"A number of nationalities now dominate immigrant inflows from developing or ... Chinese nationals rank among the top ten nationalities in inflows to half of ..."

4. World Energy Investment Outlook: 2003 Insights by International Energy Agency (2003)
"The share of the energy sector in total FDI inflows to most developing countries, where data by ... Those countries account for 89% of global FDI inflows. ..."

5. Facing the Development Challenge in Mozambique: An Economywide Perspective by Finn Tarp (2002)
"Decreasing aid inflows supposedly do not have any major impact on the employment ... Given that total aid inflows amounted to around 40 percent of total ..."

6. OECD Economic Surveys 2003 by Oecd, OECD Staff (2003)
"Favouring long-term capital inflows: the Chilean approach The creation of reliable financial instruments, low country risk and openness helped to attract ..."

7. China in the World Economy: The Domestic Policy Challenges by Charles A Pigott (2002)
"China's poor performance in attracting foreign direct investment inflows ... Starting from 1992, foreign direct investment inflows into China surged at an ..."

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