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Which of the following describes a monopoly? A. two or more companies selling the same product at a fixed price. B. a store that sells only one brand name. C. supply is higher than demand. D. a
business that sells a product or service unavailable anywhere else.
D. a business that sells a product or service unavailable anywhere else.
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User: Collective ownership" of the means of production. with profits divided among the people is a somewhat theoretical description of which economic system? A. a monopoly. B. a capitalist system. C. a socialist system. D. a communist system.

User: Which of the following describes a monopoly? A. two or more companies selling the same product at a fixed price. B. a store that sells only one brand name. C. supply is higher than demand. D. a business that sells a product or service unavailable anywhere else.

Weegy: D. a business that sells a product or service unavailable anywhere else.
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