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outflow

[′au̇t‚flō]
(chemical engineering)
Flow of fluid product out of a process facility.
(mathematics)
The outflow from a vertex in an s-t network is the sum of the flows of all the arcs that originate at that vertex.
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The black money outflows are mainly credited to tax evasion, crime, corruption and other illicit activities.
They note that China's foreign exchange reserves are still by far the world's largest and that a significant chunk of capital outflow is due to intentional policy choices by the Chinese government, rather than panicked investors seeking an exit.
According to the Ministry of Economy the total value of UAE's FDI outflows in the last ten years stood at $217 billion.
However, since the US Federal Reserve (Fed) announced its plans to taper QE in May 2013, EMs have suffered bouts of capital outflows as yields in advanced economies rose, leading to weaker EM currencies, rising EM yields and volatile equity prices.
Additionally, selected countries are particularly vulnerable based on their weak fundamentals and have experienced net portfolio outflows in recent months.
Create a Select query using the Manufacturing Outflows table as the data source.
The research shows the outflow is episodic, suggesting that star growth itself may be episodic, researchers said.
As a result, Taiwan experienced the ninth consecutive quarterly capital outflow of US$8.
We estimate it to be about $5 billion," he said, adding that the ministry is not currently planning to revise its full-year capital outflow forecast.
According to the central bank report, net capital outflow rose to E56.
The capital and financial account in June saw a net outflow of $940 million, down from May's net outflow of $12.
Ex- Japan Asia saw a weekly net outflow of $ 811million, the largest redemption since March 2009.