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Match the following : a) Internal economies 1. for industries b) Externaleconomies 2. over production c) Large scale production 3. least cost firm d) Optimum firm 4. for single firm ?->(Show Answer!)
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1. Match the following : a) Internal economies 1. for industries b) Externaleconomies 2. over production c) Large scale production 3. least cost firm d) Optimum firm 4. for single firm





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