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## Nominal GDP in terms of is represented by how much money there is and how many times it is spent, while Nominal GDP in terms of is represented by all goods and services and their prices. |

A. | buyers & sellers |

B. | domestic production & international production |

C. | profit & loss |

D. | imports & exports |

Answer» A. buyers & sellers |

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