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Assume a U. firm buys (imports) $5 million (in U. dollars) of foreign goods. That transaction by itself increases the trade deficit by $5 million

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  • Assume a U.S. firm buys (imports) $5 million (in U.S. dollars) of foreign goods. That transaction by itself increases the trade deficit by $5 million. But, the $5 million will flow back to the United States to purchase either (i) U.S. goods and services or (ii) U.S. assets.