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Which of the following industries have been deregulated in recent years? a. low-cost housing c. airlines b. pharmaceuticals d. steel
The answer is c. Airlines.
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User: Which of the following industries have been deregulated in recent years? a. low-cost housing c. airlines b. pharmaceuticals d. steel

Weegy: The answer is c. Airlines.
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User: In an attempt to encourage competition in the airline industry, the government broke up airline monopolies. blocked mergers of airlines. preserved airline incentives. deregulated the airline industry

Weegy: C. Airlines have been deregulated in recent years. [ ]
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User: What was the chief effect of the Sherman Antitrust Act? a. The federal government repealed regulations that controlled the airline and trucking industries. b. Microsoft required personal computer manufacturers to include its web browser with the Microsoft Windows operating system. c. John D. Rockefeller formed the Standard Oil Trust as a protected natural monopoly. d. The federal government won the power to prevent monopolies and mergers that interfered with trade between states.

Weegy: What was the chief effect of the Sherman Antitrust Act? Answer- d. The federal government won the power to prevent monopolies and mergers that interfered with trade between states.
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