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A firm sells natural gas to a city for one price and sells the same gas to an outlying village at another price. What is this practice called? a. oligopoly c. differentiation b. monopoly d. price
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A firm sells natural gas to a city for one price and sells the same gas to an outlying village at another price. This practice called price discrimination.
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User: A firm sells natural gas to a city for one price and sells the same gas to an outlying village at another price. What is this practice called? a. oligopoly c. differentiation b. monopoly d. price discrimination

Weegy: a. oligopoly
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A firm sells natural gas to a city for one price and sells the same gas to an outlying village at another price. This practice called price discrimination.

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