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9)What is one reason European governments protect the growing of food with subsidies even though imported food would be cheaper? (A)to protect cattle growers because they like to see the cattle (B)to
allow the food producers to be able to pay their debts (C)to have food in case imports are ever cut off (D)to help the population forget the food shortages after World War II
)to have food in case imports are ever cut off
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User: 9)What is one reason European governments protect the growing of food with subsidies even though imported food would be cheaper? (A)to protect cattle growers because they like to see the cattle (B)to allow the food producers to be able to pay their debts (C)to have food in case imports are ever cut off (D)to help the population forget the food shortages after World War II

Weegy: )to have food in case imports are ever cut off
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User: 10)What is one way entrepreneurs influence supply? (1point)(A)subsidies (B)technology (C)regulation (D)taxes

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