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If something happens and foreign consumers begin to buy more goods and services made in the United States, everything else held constant, what do you predict will happen to aggregate demand?

I think it will move to the left.

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    If foreigners are buying more US goods, exports go up. Exports, being a component of aggregate demand, cause aggregate demand to increase -- shift right.

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