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If trade restrictions among nations were eliminated a. all nations would experience an increase in their foreign debt. b. revenues from tariffs would increase. c. competition would increase, resulting in lower prices and increased choices for consumers. d. the total volume of trade would decline.
Weegy: The answer is c. competition would increase, resulting in lower prices and increased choices for consumers. [ If trade restrictions among nations were eliminated competition would increase, resulting in lower prices and increased choices for consumers. ] (More)
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All of the following would be included in the cash equivalents a firm might hold EXCEPT a. common stock. b. T-bills. c. commercial paper. d. money market mutual funds.
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All of the following would be included in the cash equivalents a firm might hold EXCEPT common stock.
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People tend to __________________ people who have good listening skills. a. make unrealistic demands on b. tell more to c. be careful of what they say around d. be resentful of
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{b. tell more to}
People tend to tell more to people who have good listening skills.
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