Remind yourself of what the entries of D represent: the external demand for units of a sector that can be met by a production vector of X. Thus, since the crude oil entry of D is negative for the given production vector, the production can only meet a negative demand for crude. In other words, the economy will need to import 33,600 units of crude in order to satisfy these figures (and hence produce the needed amount of refined products).
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