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Which of the following would be considered an implicit cost? A. wages paid to workers B. payments to suppliers for raw materials C. opportunity costs D. fees paid to bankers
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User: Which of the following would be considered an implicit cost? A. wages paid to workers B. payments to suppliers for raw materials C. opportunity costs D. fees paid to bankers

Weegy: D. fees paid to bankers
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An implicit cost is: opportunity costs.
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