Describe how macro economy frames the industry, remote, and operating environment.?

I am not sure about remote and what does it mean. I am taking an economics class and need this questioned answered.

The main elements of the macroeconomic environment are employment, growth, and inflation. If the government is able to achieve high levels of employment, rapid economic growth, and low inflation, it is doing a good job.
Macro economy studies macro figures such as monetary mass, total consumption, total savings or total investments. Macro economy always frames the industry in the following way. Industries make bricks, iron objects, wooden objects, tiles, wires etc. Environment is defined by what the industry does. Where does this things produced by the industry appear in the macro economy ? Those things valued at its price are inside the concept of Total Production or Yield.

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