The Balance Of Trade
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The balance of trade is the difference between a country’s imports and exports. A trade deficit occurs when a country buys or imports more goods from other countries than it sells or exports. A trade surplus occurs when a country sells more than it buys from foreign markets.
The national or government debt is a combination of both internal and external debt. The external debt is referred to as Sovereign Debt. Sovereign Debt refers to bonds issued by a nation’s government in a foreign currency and sold to foreign investors.
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