I have a confusion about usage of ''has something to do with'' phrase.
When I use it just with a noun or a noun clause , I have no problem at using it correctly.
However, if I want to use a complete sentence (verb+subject) after it, I have some problem about it.
There is an economical problem. It has something to do with bad import-export ratio.
There is an economical problem. It has something to do with import rises. (import is the subject; rise the verb)
sentence 1 is correct in my opinion but I am not sure about sentence 2.
If it is incorrect, how can I make that sentence when I want to use verb+subject after ''has something to do with'' phrase?