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With the fear of Mad Cow disease, some countries imposed a total ban on imported beef creating a(n) ___________. a) panic b) embargo c) tariff d) quota
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With the fear of Mad Cow disease, some countries imposed a total ban on imported beef creating an Embargo.

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