macroeconomics 205
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Last month, you sold an old car to your neighbor for 5000 dollars. The neighbor repainted the car at a paint shop for 500 dollars, of which only 400 was paid in cash and the rest in credit. By how much (if any) GDP in 2006 is affected?

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I believe the answer is 500.
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