Many people assume that the goal of every country should be to produce more materials and goods. To what extent do you agree or disagree that constantly increasing production in an appropriate goal?

In these days, there has appeared a hotly debated topic of whether producing more materials and goods is the primary target of every country in the world. Some people believe that maintaining a gradual increase of production is
appropriate goal
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an appropriate goal
, whereas others oppose
this
statement as it can
has
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have
negative impacts on
economy
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the economy
and environment of countries. In my opinion, I strongly disagree with
this
statement due to some following reasons.
This
first
reason is that economically, aggregate supply is dependent on aggregate demand.
This
means that before producing goods and materials, governments and corporations need to calculate how much money citizens spend on goods or materials or how productivity is enough for people’ demand. If they provide commodities and services excessively, there will appears an economic crisis, which damages
national economy
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the national economy
dramatically.
This
is because redundant of goods that companies cannot sell would lead them to bankruptcy. In the
second
place, increasing production can help countries improve GDP.
However
, GDP is not a good measure to rate development of nations because it does not mention serious problems
such
as
environment
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environmental
pollution which is caused as consequences of the excessive industrial development. If governments do not enact laws on protecting the environment and regulating
strictly
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strictest
strict
stricter
standards of emission of industrial factories,
this
affects
heath
a healthy state of wellbeing free from disease
health
of residents significantly. In conclusion,
although
developing production is an important goal of countries, governments cannot
sacrify
endure the loss of
sacrifice
other national targets in order to accompany it.

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