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Q: What is an infant industry? A. a young or developing industry B. an industry making products for infants and children C. an industry that has
tariff protection D. an inefficient but necessary industry
A: An infant industry is: A young or developing industry.
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User: What is an infant industry? A. a young or developing industry B. an industry making products for infants and children C. an industry that has tariff protection D. an inefficient but necessary industry

Weegy: D. an inefficient but necessary industry
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An infant industry is: A young or developing industry.

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