economic

economic
adj
gospodarski, ekonomski
economic agent gospodarski subjekt
Economic and Financial Committee Gospodarski i financijski odbor
economic and monetary integration ekonomska i monetarna integracija
Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) Ekonomska i monetarna unija (EMU)
economic capital target cilj gospodarskoga kapitala
Bilj.: Razina kapitala koju banke smatraju primjerenom za pokrivanje budućih rizika
Economic Commision for Europe Gospodarsko povjerenstvo za Europu (UN)
Economic European Area countries drћave Europskoga gospodarskoga prostora
economic growth gospodarski rast
economic indicator gospodarski pokazatelj
economic operator gospodarski subjekt (operator)
economic policy gospodarska politika
Economic Policy Committee Odbor za gospodarsku politiku
economic recession gospodarska recesija
economic recovery gospodarski oporavak
economic reform gospodarska reforma
economic rent ekonomska renta
internal economic equilibrium unutarnja gospodarska ravnoteћa
short-term economic indicator kratkoročni gospodarski pokazatelji
useful economic life koristan gospodarski vijek

Englesko-Hrvatski Glosar bankarstva, osiguranja i ostalih financijskih usluga. 2013.

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