As a relatively small island nation of fewer than 65,000 people, a large percentage of Bermuda's goods are imported.
Countries specialise in what they are relatively good at: high-wage and capital-rich 19th-century Europe did higher-technology industry, poorer countries such as India did agriculture and small-scale manufactures.
And another disadvantage: at the moment, we are still a relatively closed market," he says.
The report found that students majoring in art, agriculture and engineering were more willing to start businesses, while those majoring in history and science showed relatively low interest.
Now, Chrysler Group LLC says it will introduce a nine-speed gearbox designed to fit into a relatively small, front-wheel-drive car.
" Mr Chen cites Lending Club's A and B grade loans — the top two tiers of their seven-grade system — as examples of relatively safe products that might tempt Chinese buyers.
Malta - Malta applies a low 15% tax rate for permanent residents, and the programme can be accessed for relatively little money — the purchase of a €275,000 property should do it.
Professor Wiens, who is editor of the Quarterly Review of Biology and a winner of the American Society of Naturalists' Presidential Award, said the implications for the future were serious because his review showed plants and animals were struggling to deal with the relatively small amount of global warming experienced to date.
Professor Steve Albon, an ecologist at the James Hatton Institute in Aberdeen, said that, because the mammals have a relatively high surface-area-to-volume ratio, they are no particularly energy efficient.
The Pew survey found that religious and non-religious Americans are relatively similar in their celebrations of the Christmas holiday, and that both cultural and religious observers were just as likely to gather with family, exchange gifts and take part in another popular Christmas tradition–Santa Claus.
"What I foresee, relatively soon, is the capability of not having to charge your cell phone for an entire week, because that energy will be produced by your movement," said Sepulveda in a statement.
5bn a year, smartphones are a monster market," says Steven Pelayo, tech analyst at HSBC, who points to the relatively smaller PC and tablet markets.
Toru Suehiro, senior market economist at Mizuho Securities in Tokyo, said: The impact on [overall] growth appears to be limited, but capitalisation of R&D is a relatively large change that has boosted growth in private non-residential investment.
That yielded a fast charging material with high energy and power density that's relatively simple to produce.
But from then on, Roberts seems to have tried to slow things down, and after Henry was born in 2007, the family moved full time to a relatively modest, secluded house that Roberts and Moder built on a sprawling lot in Malibu.
But we're not going to recommend that here, mostly because Tor is relatively slow and clunky at the moment.
Some drones carry megapixel cameras, but they tend to have a relatively narrow field of view.
They had backing from other Silicon Valley investors eager to bring a slice of younger, innovative and relatively affordable San Francisco-style cuisine to downtown Palo Alto.
The features of their investment can be characterized as a focus on saving and investing relatively little.
Other moves among the top ten currencies were relatively marginal, however.