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Nations that borrow from abroad to support current investment will A. always be better off in the future. B. always sacrifice future consumption. C. be better off in the future if the
investments are profitable. D. sacrifice future consumption only if the investments are profitable.
Nations who borrow from abroad to support current investment will: C. be better off in the future if the investments are profitable.
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User: Nations that borrow from abroad to support current investment will A. always be better off in the future. B. always sacrifice future consumption. C. be better off in the future if the investments are profitable. D. sacrifice future consumption only if the investments are profitable.

Weegy: Nations who borrow from abroad to support current investment will: C. be better off in the future if the investments are profitable.
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