Economics quick question

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Is this false??

Prices in a competitive market tend to favor the producer over the consumer.

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    I'm not sure about this but usually when you try to compete, you want to make a product cheaper for the consumer than your 'opponent' has made it.

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    Thank You for your help!

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    I would also go with false

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