Benchmark 7G
Human Society: Global Interdependence
Grades 9-12, page 178

The wealth of a country depends partly on the effort and skills of its workers, its natural resources, and the capital and technology available to it. It also depends on the balance between how much its products are sought by other nations and how much of other nations' products it seeks. Even if a country could produce everything it needs for itself, it would still benefit from trade with other countries.

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