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Business, 07.11.2019 17:31, live4dramaoy0yf9

And information are needed to get goods produced. prices can provide both...

And information are needed to get goods produced. prices can provide both because it carries information to the buyer and the seller.
a. incentives
c. collateral
b. capital
d. perspective
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