Macroeconomic Variables?

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Micro-economy variable is the case study of the behaviour an economy at the aggregate level. The factors studies of micro-economics include; inflation, unemployment, and industrial production. The aim of micro-economy is to study the effect of government policies on these factors.
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Macroeconomic variables are those variables that are independent from the income levels. They are factors that greatly influence the economic growth. Some of the macroeconomic variables include GDP, unemployment and inflation.
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