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The practice of selling products in another country below their manufacturing or domestic cost in order to drive other producers out of the market is called a. managed trade. c. non-tariff
barrier. b. dumping. d. comparative advantage
The practice of selling products in another country below their manufacturing or domestic cost in order to drive other producers out of the market is called dumping
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