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The “bullwhip” effect:
A. Occurs as orders are relayed from retailers to wholesalers
B. Results in increasing fluctuations at each step of the sequence
C. Increases the costs associated with inventory in the supply chain
D. Occurs because of distortions in information in the supply chain

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