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Q: Why are free market economies able to attain economic growth? A. Consumers can purchase all the goods they need, which causes firms to produce more. B. Competition encourages innovation, which
causes growth. C. Everyone is acting in their own self-interest, which motivates market growth. D. Firms keep producing incentives to encourage households to purchase more goods.
A: Free market economies are able to attain economic growth because B. Competitation encourages innovation, which causes growth
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