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Your running shoes were designed in the United States but assembled in Asia by a company called RunnerPro. RunnerPro is a A. general partnership. B. trade
association. C. multinational corporation. D. producer cooperative.
RunnerPro is a A. general partnership.
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User: Your running shoes were designed in the United States but assembled in Asia by a company called RunnerPro. RunnerPro is a A. general partnership. B. trade association. C. multinational corporation. D. producer cooperative.

Weegy: RunnerPro is a A. general partnership.
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User: A business owner purchases a convenience store that has branches throughout the country. As part of this purchase, the business owner pays fees to the parent company that owns the name of the convenience store. Which type of business does this best describe? a. business franchise. c. multinational. b. professional organization. d. consumer cooperative

Weegy: Professional Organization.
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User: What are royalties? a. fees paid to law firms and accountants b. a percentage of a franchise’s earnings paid to the parent company c. fees paid to celebrities for using their names d. a percentage of profits paid to the government

Weegy: What are royalties? b. a percentage of a franchise’s earnings paid to the parent company
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