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the4thamigo_uk
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Jul2-11, 11:33 AM
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In standard economics I read that the purchase of a car by a household is considered a consumer good. This is because the car is used for personal purposes and not to increase production. But what about domestic housing? Is this considered a consumer durable for the same reason?
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