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Economics Survey 2010

Industries or activities (e.g. financial services, manufacturing industry, or agriculture), can be classed as essential or inessential, or ranked in order of national priority. (required)
When competition takes place in international markets, some countries gain and some countries lose. (required)
Exports are a gain to each country, and imports are a loss. (required)
A sign of a country’s economic strength is the scale on which it attracts capital from the rest of the world. (required)
Import taxes and restrictions, and export subsidies, add to a country’s total employment. (required)
Actions that are undertaken for profit or self-interest are morally questionable for that very reason. (required)
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