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Imports of intermediate goods have raised the marginal propensity to import to 0.
This phenomenon has to be observed closely because it may trigger a process of "high income-led growth" for the consumption of imported, high-value articles that may be beneficial in the short term but will result in serious limitations in the medium term due to the high marginal propensity to import induced by higher income groups.
However, unless there is a total ban on a nation's foreign imports, as y increases the marginal propensity to import will worsen the trade balance.
becomes the higher the marginal propensity to import out of additional GDP.
where a and b are constants, c is the marginal propensity to consume (MPC) and m is the marginal propensity to import (MPM).

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