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You are correct in most of your arguments. but Note that $ GDP = C + I + G + (X - M) $ M is rather just an accounting variable, since GDP measures only the domestic production, there is a need to substract M from imported expenditures. However, note that $ NX = X - M$ which also includes the export variable, therefore if there is a trade deficit due to ...


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