There is an intimate relationship between a countrys BCA and how the country

There is an intimate relationship between a countrys

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There is an intimate relationship between a country's BCA and how the country finances its domesticinvestment and pays for government expenditures. Given this, which of the following is a true statement? A. If (S - I) < 0, it implies that a country's domestic savings is insufficient to finance domestic investment.
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B. If (T - G) < 0, it implies that a country's tax revenue is insufficient to finance government spending.C. both a and b are trueD. none of the aboveC There is an intimate relationship between a country's BCA and how the country finances its domesticinvestment and pays for government expenditures. This relationship is given by BCA ≡ X - M ≡ (S - I) +(T - G). Given this, which of the following is a true statement? There is an intimate relationship between a country's BCA and how the country finances its domesticinvestment and pays for government expenditures. Given this, which of the following is a true statement? There is an intimate relationship between a country's BCA and how the country finances its domesticinvestment and pays for government expenditures. This relationship is given by BCA ≡ X - M ≡ (S - I)+ (T - G). Given this, in order for a country to reduce a BCA deficit, which of the following mustoccur?
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There is an intimate relationship between a country's BCA and how the country finances its domesticinvestment and pays for government expenditures. Given this, in order for a country to reduce a BCAdeficit, which of the following must occur? A. For a given level of S and I, the government budget deficit (T - G) must be reduced.B. For a given level of I and (T - G), S must be increased.C. For a given level of S and (T - G), I must fall.D. All of the above would work to reduce a BCA deficitD
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