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GNP accounts avoid double counting by including only the value of final goods services sold on the market.

Should the measure of imports used in the GNP accounts therefore be defined to include only imports of final goods & services from abroad?
What about exports?

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  1. Currently the measure of GNP excludes imports but includes exports

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  2. word memo explaining the basics of how labor forces influence
    international business.Include information on labor quality, quantity, and mobility, as well as minorities, the
    labor market, and labor unions.

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    posted by yolanda
  3. I have to write a business memo about this topic:Your company sells its products in many different countries. The Director of Exporting and Trade has decided to take on a number of interns over the summer to help the company communicate with its outlets within the various foreign countries. The interns, who are studying to get their Associates Degree
    in Business, are going to need an introduction to international labor if they are going to be able to communicate with the various countries.
    • Write a 350- to 700-word memo explaining the basics of how labor forces influence international business.
    • Include information on labor quality, quantity, and mobility, as well as minorities, the labor market, and labor unions.
    • Post the memo as an attachment.
    My only problem is how to go about formatting it does anyone know a website that can show me how oe allow me to type in my own words and then have it formatted automatically?

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