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What would be the economic implications for both exporting countries and importing countries be if the world were not so interdeendent?How would a world with less interdependence affect your life?

For a start, look at where your clothing was made. Probably none of it was made in the U.S. That means, that you'd either be naked or would have paid much more for your clothes than you did.

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