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1.It is simple structure, showing good performance under low speed,the unit weight power is much higher than other types; 2.Small volume,low weight,the displacement rang from80-800ml/r,wide rotational speed scope; 3.Shaft seal can bear high backpresssure. 4.The output shaft adopts tapered roller bearings that permint high axial and radial forces under short time overloading; 5.There are two forms distributions;with shaft distribution flow or with disc distribution flow in the wide of applica...
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What does actually limit the ability of banks to increase the money supply?
In this video you’ll see that the type of reserve ratio that’s discussed in the textbooks has never even existed in the UK. We’ll see that the liquidity ratios that did exist have been reduced and eventually abolished, and that even when they did exist, they only limited the speed that the money supply could increase, but put no limit on the total size that it could grow to.
You’ll learn that the Capital Adequacy Ratios and Basel accords are about preventing banks from going bust when loans go bad, rather than limiting their dangerous lending or limiting how much money they create through lending. And although the capital adequacy requirements can restrain lending after a banking crisis, it doesn’t do anything to restrain lending in a boom.
You’ll also see that there is no natural limit on how quickly the banks can create money. They know that even if they don’t have the actual central bank reserves to make payments, they’ll be able to borrow those reserves from other banks, or even the central bank.
All this comes together to imply that the only thing that truly limits the creation of money, is the willingness of banks to lend. And their willingness to lend depends on their confidence.
In other words, the money supply of the nation depends on the mood swings of banks and the senior bankers that run them. This is surely an insane way to run an economy.
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By Gill from Tanzania - 2015.06.18 17:25
Speaking of this cooperation with the Chinese manufacturer, I just want to say"well dodne", we are very satisfied.
By Dinah from Estonia - 2015.09.23 18:44