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What is one of the major problems caused by a large national debt? (1 point) It does not allow small investments by private individuals. It makes it hard for the government to carry on activities. It makes it difficult for the country to operate internationally. It decreases the amount of money available to be borrowed by businesses.
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It decreases the amount of money available to be borrowed by businesses is one of the major problems caused by a large national debt.

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the loss of funds for a private investment due to government borrowing is known as? a.) the multiplier effect b.) the crowding-out effect c.) keynesian economics d.) supply-side economics
Weegy: The loss of funds for a private investment due to government borrowing is known as b.) the crowding-out effect. (More)
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what can be expected when members of the baby boom generation begin to retire in large numbers? A)increased gross domestic product B)decreased interest paid C)increase deficits D)decreased services
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Increased deficits can be expected when members of the baby boom generation begin to retire in large numbers.

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What is the required reserve ratio (RRR)? A)the amount of money a bank has to loan out B)the deposits that commercial companies make in banks C)the portion of a deposit that a bank must keep on hand D)the ratio of commercial to personal loans that a bank makes
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The required reserve ratio is: The portion of a deposit that a bank must keep on hand.


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