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The opposite of perfect competition is A. a discount store. B. a monopoly. C. an oligopoly. D. a large industry.
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User: The opposite of perfect competition is A. a discount store. B. a monopoly. C. an oligopoly. D. a large industry.

Weegy: The opposite of perfect competition is a monopoly.


User: One of the things that works to make sure consumers keep getting better products at better prices is A. discrimination. B. risk. C. competition. D. stock ownership.

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One of the things that works to make sure consumers keep getting better products at better prices is: COMPETITION.
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