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Would each of the following transactions be included in net exports or net capital outflow? Be sure to say whether it would represent an increase or a decrease in that variable. a. An American buys a Sony TV. b. An American buys a share of Sony stock. c. The Sony pension fund buys a bond from the U.S. Treasury. d. A worker at a Sony plant in Japan buys some Georgia peaches from an American farmer.

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N. Gregory Mankiw
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Brief Principles of Macroeconomics...

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N. Gregory Mankiw
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337091985

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Would each of the following transactions be included in net exports or net capital outflow? Be sure to say whether it would represent an increase or a decrease in that variable.

a. An American buys a Sony TV.

b. An American buys a share of Sony stock.

c. The Sony pension fund buys a bond from the U.S. Treasury.

d. A worker at a Sony plant in Japan buys some Georgia peaches from an American farmer.

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