economic interdependence



A characteristic of a society or macroeconomy with a high degree of division of labor, where people depend on other people to produce most of the goods and services required to sustain life and living.

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  • When you are living in an economic interdependence you will need to pull your own weight so that others may rely on you.

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  • The high economic interdependence of their society provided an ideal way for the alien invaders to disrupt the entire planet�s economy.

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  • This government talked about how they valued economic interdependence and how people need to depend on others in their life.

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