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Real Economy

The real economy relates to economic activities that generate goods and services as opposed to a financial economy that is concerned exclusively with activities in the financial markets. Nearly all elements of a bank are financial instruments, only those instruments that are one degree from the real economy are considered to be real economy for purposes of the Scorecard. Good examples of the real economy can be found in the stories of GABV members.


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