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An example of expansionary fiscal policy would be a. cutting taxes. b. cutting government spending. c. cutting production of consumer goods. d. cutting prices of consumer goods.
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User: An example of expansionary fiscal policy would be a. cutting taxes. b. cutting government spending. c. cutting production of consumer goods. d. cutting prices of consumer goods.

Weegy: Expansionary fiscal policy is so named because it: Is aimed at reducing aggregate demand and thus achieving price stability
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User: How much control over price do companies in a perfectly competitive market have? a. none c. some b. very little d. total control

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NONE. Companies in a perfectly competitive market have NO CONTROL over price.
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