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In June 2009, Textile co. (a domestically located firm) purchased 1000 yards of cloth from India (a foreign country) for $1000. Textile co. hired Elizabeth and paid her $5000 to sew 200 dresses. Textile co. sells the completed dresses to Lacy’s Boutique for $10,000 (that’s $50 per dress) in October 2009. The manager at Lacy’s marks each dress at $150 apiece (assume no sales tax).


Suppose all the of the dresses at Lacy’s are sold. Calculate contribution to domestic GDP in 2009 as a result of the production and sale of the dresses.
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