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An American buys a pair of shoes made in Italy.
How do the U.S. national income accounts treat
the transaction?
a. Net exports and GDP both rise.
b. Net exports and GDP both fall.
c. Net exports fall, while GDP does not
change.
d. Net exports do not change, while GDP
rises.

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