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If foreign companies try to gain market share in the U. by selling goods below what it costs to make them, the U.

If foreign companies try to gain market share in the U.S. by selling goods below what it costs to make them, the U.S. government can fine the companies and distribute the collected fines to affected U.S. companies. This foreign company's practice is known as: A. countertrade. B. reciprocal pricing. C. quota dodging. D. dumping. E. non-reciprocity.

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