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If gross private domestic investment exceeds depreciation, then net private domestic investment...

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If gross private domestic investment exceeds depreciation, then

net private domestic investment is positive.

net private domestic investment is negative.

the capital stock is declining.

the capital stock is unchanged.

If each nation specializes and produces those goods in which it has

a(n) {eq}____ {/eq}advantage and trades with other countries,

global production will be {eq}____ {/eq}.

absolute; increased

comparative; reduced

money; increased

comparative; increased

Investment

Investment involves the allocation of money in such a manner so that in future returns can be earned. Investments are induced by rate of return. Higher the rate of return, greater will be the investment and vice-versa..

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A. Net private domestic investment is positive.

Net private domestic investment is the difference between gross private domestic investment and...

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Gross Private Domestic Investment: Definition & Formula

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Chapter 24 / Lesson 13
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