Economics

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Which of the following is a summary of the three key economic questions?

A. Who will buy which goods and services,and how much will they pay?
B. How, when, and from whom should consumers get what they want?
C. When, where, and by whom should goods and services be produced?
D. What goods and services should be produced, how, and for whom?

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