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institution that is concerned is the tax regulatory agency. Furthermore, the information applicable in this scenario relates to the health risks related to individuals who rely on sugary soft drinks, which are associated with various health issues. Select a “side” in the debate; provide a rationale for your decision and formulate a non- market strategy for purposes of achieving your objectives In this case, to achieve set objectives, the position of the suppliers is considered, and the non-market strategy of the company is aimed at reaching out to customers. The approach seeks to claim the tariffs on the soda pop are regressive, and this imposes a burden on low-income consumers. Taxing soft drinks will decrease their demand; hence, the company recognizes sentiments of consumers who feel that the levy does not help promote their wellbeing. As a result, taxing the soft drinks will not reduce the health problem of obesity but will have significant impacts on many individuals. Scenario 2 Do we have a stable political outcome? Explain From the scenario, it is noted that there is lack of a steady outcome when the district legislator’s ranking preferences are considered. Based on the majority rule, when each of the alternatives is joined alongside each of the other options, each alternative is overlooked by a different one. A legislator who opposes the preferences can recruit another legislator to ensure
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