Labor-intensive commodities, such as clothing, shoes, or other consumer goods, are produced in countries that have relatively low labor costs and relatively modern production facilities. China, Indonesia, and the Philippines are examples
There is no need to do prime factorization as prime numbers are already prime.
17 is a prime number.
If your numbers have no prime factors in common, they are relatively prime.
A prime number has only one prime factor, and that prime factor is the number itself.
Prime commodities are commodities that are yet to be processed from their raw state. Examples are orange or mango, which are processed into fruit juice. Others are iron ore, which are processed to fine metals.
informations about bank, prices of prime commodities, and the exchange rates and currencies
The freshness of the primary commodities is the observed changed. Primary commodities refers to the commodities in unprocessed state.
Commodities is the correct spelling.
It depends: are we talking about commodities CONTRACTS, or the commodities themselves? A person who specializes in buying and selling commodities futures and options is a commodities broker. Someone who buys and sells the physical good--lumber, wheat, whatever--is a commodities dealer.
It is a Letter of Credit covering commodities.
in macroeconomics what commodities are produced and in what quantities
Commodities Corporation was created in 1969.
The population of Danske Commodities is 135.
Commodities are services and goods. Soft commodities are goods that are grown, hard commodities are goods that are mined. A futures is a contract to buy commodities or financial instrument set in certain time in the future. These contracts are traded.
gold, silver, copper, oil and bronze are the top 5 commodities. they are widely traded in commodities market.
To exchange their surplus commodities for other commodities they needed. To make a financial profit from trading commodities and services.