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A producer with a comparative advantage has the ability to produce a good or service at A.a lower opportunity cost than any competitor can. B.a faster rate than any competitor can. C.a greater volume than any competitor can. D.a lower cost than any competitor can.

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Timothy Norman on May 29, 2018

A producer with a comparative advantage that has the ability to produce a good or service in "a lower opportunity cost that no other competitor can". (A)Comparative Advantage the ability of an individual or a meeting to complete a specific monetary action, for example, the manufacture of a particular item, the more freely that in another activity. The law or the pattern of comparative advantage holds that under free trade, an operator of deliver a greater amount of and consume a lesser degree of a good for which they have a comparative advantage.


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