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Please help me with this it's about the invisible hand here's the question.

Two family-style restaurants are located in the same city block. I oreder to stay competitive, the prices are kept low and the quality of the food and service is excellent. Is the 'invisible' hand principle at work in this scenario?

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    Sorry the second sentence stars with In order

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    Yes. That's a good example of the invisible hand principle.

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    Can you explain why so I can understand it better thanks

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    Sorry I had the wrong name

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    Each of the owners is acting for his own good by providing excellent food and service at competitive prices. This technique also serves the public good.

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