What does the investment component of GDP measure? O Spending by households on goods and services O Spending on goods to be used in future production O Spending by government agencies on goods and services. O Spending on domestically produced goods by foreign buyers.

What does the investment component of GDP measure?

Spending by households on goods and services.
Spending on goods to be used in future production.
Spending by government agencies on goods and services.
Spending on domestically produced goods by foreign buyers.

 

Answer:

option B

investment components in GDP measurement means that spending on purchase of newly produced capital goods like plant and equipment. thus, spending on goods to be used in future production.

Asked on February 6, 2018 in economics.
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