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ccording to Adam Smith in The Wealth of Nations, which best describes profit incentive? a. Businesses have a financial incentive to ensure supplies are sufficient. b. Businesses must have incentives
to ensure their survival. c. Businesses must do what they feel is best to generate profits. d. Business do best when they provide people with what they want and need.
According to Adam Smith in The Wealth of Nations d. Business do best when they provide people with what they want and need. [ best describes profit incentive ]
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User: ccording to Adam Smith in The Wealth of Nations, which best describes profit incentive? a. Businesses have a financial incentive to ensure supplies are sufficient. b. Businesses must have incentives to ensure their survival. c. Businesses must do what they feel is best to generate profits. d. Business do best when they provide people with what they want and need.

Weegy: According to Adam Smith in The Wealth of Nations d. Business do best when they provide people with what they want and need. [ best describes profit incentive ]
Expert answered|selymi|Points 12487|

User: New oil reserves have been discovered in Country A. This will have the following effect: a. demand for oil will increase. c. the supply of oil will increase. b. a future shortage will be created. d. the equilibrium price in the future will increase

Weegy: New oil reserves have been discovered in Country This will have the following effect: c. the supply of oil will increase
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User: All consumers have received a tax cut. What happens to the equilibrium price of automobiles? a. increases c. remains the same b. decreases d. none of the above

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