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Q: A loose arrangement of similar businesses formed to control production and keep prices high is called ____. a. a monopoly b. an oligopoly c. a cartel d. a trust
A: A loose arrangement of similar businesses formed to control production and keep prices high is called a CARTEL.
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User: A loose arrangement of similar businesses formed to control production and keep prices high is called ____. a. a monopoly b. an oligopoly c. a cartel d. a trust

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A loose arrangement of similar businesses formed to control production and keep prices high is called a CARTEL.

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hachiko, please search for correct answers and do not copy from other Q&A sites. It's not advisable to get answers from Q&A sites as most of them are only guesses.
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