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Business, 08.11.2019 12:31, makaylahamrick

Columbia tires and pacific tires together control 75% of the tire market...

Columbia tires and pacific tires together control 75% of the tire market in the country. this is an example of what type of market structure?
a) monopoly
b) oligopoly
c) perfect competition
d) monopolistic competition
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