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Business, 27.06.2020 21:01 UratazZ

Consider the following hypothetical data for an open economy​ (in millions): Assets owned inside the U. S. by U. S. citizens​ = ​$140 comma 000140,000 Assets owned outside the U. S. by U. S. citizens​ = ​$23 comma 35723,357 Assets owned outside the U. S. by foreign citizens​ = ​$110 comma 000110,000 Assets owned inside the U. S. by foreign citizens​ = ​$20 comma 31520,315 The value of the International Investment Position​ (IIP) of the U. S. is ​$nothing million. ​(Enter your answer as a whole number. Include a minus sign if​ necessary.)

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