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Notes for the whole HSC Economics course

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Correlating with every single syllabus dot point of the HSC Economics Course, includes relevant stats and diagrams

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Economic indicators National accounts Economy of the United States Balance of trade Macroeconomics Economy of Australia Balance of payments Economy of Grenada International economics
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Economic indicators National accounts Economy of the United States Balance of trade Macroeconomics Economy of Australia Balance of payments Economy of Grenada International economics
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ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT: ▪ Developing economies have greater opportunities to grow by producing goods for global consumer markets, and can benefit from greater access to technology & foreign investment. ▪ High income economies, through TNCs, find growth opportunities in global supply chains & new service markets. ▪ Other economies have not gained much from globalisation and greater integration causes disruptive structural changes in some regions. ▪ No clear evidence that globalisation prod...
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