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11. A limit on how much a firm can export to a foreign country is called a(n) A. import tax. B. tariff. C. quota. D. dumped supply.
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12. A tax on an imported product is called a
13. Regulations can address
14. Regulatory commissions often set a(n) ____ for a regulated business
15. Network effects result from A. entry barriers. B. economies of scale. C. standardization. D. none of these choices.
16. Network affects can be present when the
17. QWERTY
18. If consumers desire choice
19. Examples of agency addressing social regulation include. A. OSHA B. EPA C. FDA D. all of these choices
20. Social regulations come about because of
21. Social regulations can create
22. Government regulations have little effect on the strategic decision of a business.
23. Many government regulations are law because small groups receive large benefits from them.
24. Antitrust laws were initially developed in the 1980s.
25. A high HHI indicates that a market may be dominated by one large firm.
26. The WTO affects business practices across the globe.
27. Tariffs and quotas are used to promote trade with foreign countries.
28. Dumping refers to selling a product abroad at higher prices than the product is sold domestically.
29. Network effects occur is the costs of production are lower than the costs of production.
30. Networks are the result of product differentiation.
31. Diversification is determined by adding value.
32. New social regulations usual are created as barriers to entry.

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