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If price and quantity are not at their equilibrium positions , then A . A move to another position will not hurt anyone C .
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30. If price and quantity are not at their equilibrium positions, then A.It is possible to reallocate so that some people are better off without harming others

B. A move to another position will not hurt anyoneC. A move to another position will help everyoneD. Government must intervene
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