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15 July, 17:51

When calculating purchasing power parity, what is being compared?

money needed to buy an item in different currencies

the number of imports and exports within one country

prices on the market for all goods and services available

total goods and services produced between two nations

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  1. 15 July, 19:08
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    I believe the answer is A.
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