Asked Mar 5, 2020

1.    If Canadian purchases of foreign assets were $100 million, Canadian loans to foreigners were $50 million, foreign purchases of Canadian assets were $75 million, and foreign loans to Canadians were $35 million, then the capital account balance is equal to 


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