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However, for the few countries with substantial overseas assets or liabilities, net factor payments may be significant.
Second, in the 1992-98 period net transfers to South went a long way in financing both South's trade deficit and net factor payments. During this period the sum of the latter two equals 3.2 percent of GDP, while the average net current transfers are 2.2 percent of GDP.
The gap between GDP and GNP measures reflect net factor payments from abroad.
Tourism earnings are again expected to rise, which, together with the higher EC transfers, would largely offset the increase in net factor payments abroad, so that the invisible balance may rise a little.