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A company that dominates the production of a specific good or service to the point of there being limited to no competition within the industry, is known as a a. controlled producer c. corporation. b. cartel. d. monopoly
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User: A company that dominates the production of a specific good or service to the point of there being limited to no competition within the industry, is known as a a. controlled producer c. corporation. b. cartel. d. monopoly

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A company that dominates the production of a specific good or service to the point of there being limited to no competition within the industry, is known as a: MONOPOLY.
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