anonymous
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relationship between imports and exports in a mercantilist economic system?
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anonymous
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.The system was most popular between the 16th and 18th centuries in Europe. Countries tried to maintain a balance of imports to bring money into the country and exports to keep up domestic employment. The theory states than an economy needs to export more than it imports to remain economically and politically viable.
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