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Why does the government sometimes give monopoly power to a company by issuing a patent? a. The government does not want competition for the product. b. The company makes a product better than anyone
else’s. c. The company pays the government for the patent. d. The company can then profit from their research without competition.
a. The government does not want competition for the product.
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