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Which of the following statements is FALSE regarding the self-regulation of the market? A. Producers are motivated by self-interest to produce a product. B. Producers will increase their prices if
they have too many on hand. C. Producers are motivated to provide products that consumers want. D. Producers will sell products at lower prices in order to compete against other producers and sell their products.
B. Producers will increase their prices if they have too many on hand
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