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In late 2004, oil prices increased sharply while the rate of growth in labor productivity declined. The combination of these two factors should: A) shift the short-run aggregate supply curve
up (to the left). B) shift the short-run aggregate supply curve down (to the right). C) shift the aggregate demand curve to the right. D) shift the aggregate demand curve to the left.
a. Shift the short-run aggregate supply curve up
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