What are the reasons for the policy of the new imperialism at the beginning of the 20th century?

Here you can highlight the following correct answers:

1) the growth of industry required more and more resources, without which production was impossible;

2) in order to sell large volumes of products, it was necessary to have points of sale;

4) there was a constant confrontation between the countries in trade and economic plans;

5) especially large and influential countries sought to further expand their influence and seize even more colonies.

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