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15. A firm that faces problems of falling sales and excess productive capacity might resort to international dumping if it: a. Can charge higher prices in markets that are elastic to price changes b. Earns revenues on foreign sales that at least cover variable costs c. Can sell at that price where domestic and foreign demand elasticities equate d. Is able to force foreign prices below marginal production costs 16. A producer successfully practicing international dumping would charge: 17. The practice of Canadian firms dumping their products in Sweden poses a problem for economic policymakers since dumping tends to: 3