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Specialization in a nation leads to a. absolute advantage. c. international trade. b. self-sufficiency. d. comparative advantage.
D. comparative advantage.
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User: Specialization in a nation leads to a. absolute advantage. c. international trade. b. self-sufficiency. d. comparative advantage.

Weegy: D. comparative advantage.
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User: a person or nation’s ability to produce a good at a lower cost than another person or nation

User: The largest importer in the World is: a. China c. Iraq b. United States d. Russia

User: The ability to produce more of a given product using a given amount of resources is called: a. comparative advantage c. resource advantage b. absolute advantage d. technological advantage





Weegy: The ability to produce more of a given product using a given amount of resources is called b. absolute advantage.
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