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What is an infant industry? a. a young or developing industry b. an industry making products for infants and children c. an industry that has tariff protection d. an inefficient but necessary industry
D. an inefficient but necessary industry
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User: What is an infant industry? a. a young or developing industry b. an industry making products for infants and children c. an industry that has tariff protection d. an inefficient but necessary industry

Weegy: D. an inefficient but necessary industry
dickmich9|Points 320|

User: How do tariffs work to protect infant industries? a. They reduce sales taxes for introductory products. b. They shield new industries in the early stages of their development from the competition of more mature rivals. c. They raise the trade barriers for imports of child-care products. d. They increase competition for a new business, forcing it to be more productive.

Weegy: They shield new industries in the early stages of their development from the competition of more mature rivals.
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User: What was the result of the Bretton Woods Conference? a. the creation of a fixed exchange-rate system for the United States and much of western Europe b. the creation of a flexible exchange-rate system for the United States and much of western Europe c. the creation of the euro d. the creation of NAFTA

Weegy: A. the creation of a fixed exchange-rate system for the United States and much of western Europe
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User: When the exchange rates are allowed to be determined by supply and demand, they are called which of the following? a. flexible c. direct b. fixed d. indirect

Weegy: When the exchange rates are allowed to be determined by supply and demand, they are called FLEXIBLE.
Expert answered|angelrampel|Points 51|

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