The United Kingdom and the Six: An Essay on Economic Growth by a lamfalussy

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In Belgium's case, the increase in invisible earnings du ring the second half of the 'fifties was due to a higher inflow of investment and transportation income. Both sources of income came mainly from the Belgian Congo. K. and Germany. 's net invisible receipts; in 1959-60 the traditionally high British surplus melted to abouthalfofwhatitwas during the early 'fifties. This deterioration reflects the decline in transportation earnings (an interesting fact if compared with the improvement of the French, Belgian and Dutch positions in this field) and the rise in government expenditure abroad - mainly for military purposes.

In Belgium's case, the increase in invisible earnings du ring the second half of the 'fifties was due to a higher inflow of investment and transportation income. Both sources of income came mainly from the Belgian Congo. K. and Germany. 's net invisible receipts; in 1959-60 the traditionally high British surplus melted to abouthalfofwhatitwas during the early 'fifties. This deterioration reflects the decline in transportation earnings (an interesting fact if compared with the improvement of the French, Belgian and Dutch positions in this field) and the rise in government expenditure abroad - mainly for military purposes.

We must also bear in mind that the decline of Britain's invisible earnings did not start in the early 'fifties. It started, in fact, du ring the war, and continued during the first postwar years. Britain lost a substantial part of her overseas investments and incurred additional liabilities during the war; as a result, the net inflow of investment income during the late 'forties fell substantially short of the pre-war level. K. as a key-currency country. Much has been said on this point,! so we can limit ourselves to re-stating the basic features of the problem.

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