A single market is more advanced in terms of the movement of goods, services, people and capital. In a common market all four movements are eligible but regulations concerning the last two (people and capital) tend to be more strict.
well you can get a transport vessel but that might cost alot of money for the refregiration and so forth... my best idea is get on a fishing boat in Pakistan, fish all the way to Algeria and sell your goods :P
Ok to begin with that question makes no sense, the reason being the definition of the CPI ( consumer price index ) is as follows...
CPI = is a measure of the cost of goods & services purchased by the consumer over a period of one year and is determined by the change in the price levels of a specific basket of goods. e.g. clothes and computers. It is calculated on a "base average" and usually starts in a year where the general price levels is constant i.e. a base year, represented by 100; as subsequent years pass, the CPI may either rise or fall as a result of either the price of the basket of goods either rise or fall. In essence CPI is a means of calculating the inflation rate of goods the individual consumes over a period of time !
ECONOMIC GROWTH = a sustained increase in real GDP per capita;
Therefore according to economic theory as econ growth takes place inflation ( CPI ) will increase.
In conclusion for econ growth to take place there must be some level of inflation, However Inflation is occurring it need not necessarily be accompanied by economic growth !
In the simplest terms, money represents the labor to provide something of value to others. Money is a symbol.
If a farmer needs fuel, he could trade potatoes for fuel, but how many potatoes does the person with fuel need in relation to the amount of fuel that the farmer needs? By using money, trade of goods and services is simplified.
As societies have become more complex, money represents more diverse forms of transactions. Today, many (most?) transactions never involve actual money. Transactions are done by transferring numbers between accounts by credit and debit cards, on-line transactions, electronic money transfers (direct deposit), etc.
On an emotional level, money represents different things to different people; things like security for the present and the future, a feeling of accomplishment or success, an image of power, etc.
it is call a defict..... I think