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Cartels are difficult to operate for which of the following reasons? a. They work only if members keep to their agreed output. b. They are illegal worldwide. c. Firms in a cartel are likely to lose
money. d. The products are perfectly competitive. Please select the best answer from the choices provided
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User: Cartels are difficult to operate for which of the following reasons? a. They work only if members keep to their agreed output. b. They are illegal worldwide. c. Firms in a cartel are likely to lose money. d. The products are perfectly competitive. Please select the best answer from the choices provided

Weegy: Cartels are difficult to operate since they only work if members keep to their agreed output. source:
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