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An event that allows the economy to operate more efficiently by producing more outputs without using any more inputs is referred to as A. absolute progress. B. efficiency progress. C. capital
investment. D. technological progress.
D. TECHNOLOGICAL PROCESS. An event that allows the economy to operate more efficiently by producing more outputs without using any more inputs is referred to as: D. TECHNOLOGICAL PROCESS.
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