non profit overhead At the time of. The shape of the car was similar to that of the "sedan" in ancient China, and was as glorious as the car. The car was then called a car. First car, its body modelling is basically used for the carriage, in the form of so called "horseless carriage" English name Sedan is refers to the European noble a luxury passenger carriage, decoration not only pay attention to, and it is enclosed, wind, rain and dust, and to improve the degree of safety. When it was introduced to the United States in the 18th century, it was only possible for rich people in a few big cities such as New York and Philadelphia to enjoy it. When ford introduced the model T model in 1908, the body was changed from open to closed, and its comfort and safety improved greatly. Ford referred to his "Closedcar" as Sedan. The famous ford model T is the best car in the world. Job lose is more common and greenies who are unemployed are pondering if their applications for loan modification will likely be approved. Actually, it is more challenging for unemployed homeowners to obtain their loans approved by lenders and the difficulty boosts the longer the homeowner continues to be without work. In theoretical economics, investment means buying (and therefore producing) capital goods - not being consumed but being used in future production. Examples include building railroads, or factories, cleaning the land, or allowing yourself to go to college. Strictly speaking, investment in formula GDP= C + I + G + NX is also part of gross domestic product. In that respect, the function of investment is divided into non-residential investments (such as factories, machinery, etc.) and residential investment (new homes). The correlation between I = (Y, I) is known to have a close relationship with income and interest rates. Higher incomes would boost higher investment, but higher interest rates would discourage investment because it would be more expensive to borrow. Even if companies choose to use their own funds to invest, interest rates represent the opportunity cost of investing in those funds rather than the interest that will lend out.