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Suppose the United States decreases the tariff on imported tuna steaks. What would the consequences be? a. There would be a decrease in the number of imported tuna steaks and the number of tuna
steaks produced in the United States. b. There would be an increase in the number of imported tuna steaks and the number of tuna steaks produced in the United States. c. There would be a decrease in the number of imported tuna steaks and an increase in the number of tuna steaks produced in the United States. d. There would be an increase in the number of imported tuna steaks and a decrease in the number of tuna steaks produced in the United States.
There would be an increase in the number of imported tuna steaks and a decrease in the number of tuna steaks produced in the United States.
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User: Suppose the United States decreases the tariff on imported tuna steaks. What would the consequences be? a. There would be a decrease in the number of imported tuna steaks and the number of tuna steaks produced in the United States. b. There would be an increase in the number of imported tuna steaks and the number of tuna steaks produced in the United States. c. There would be a decrease in the number of imported tuna steaks and an increase in the number of tuna steaks produced in the United States. d. There would be an increase in the number of imported tuna steaks and a decrease in the number of tuna steaks produced in the United States.

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