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In market economies, firms rarely worry about the availability of inputs to produce their products, whereas in command economies input availability is a constant concern because O in command economies, input availability is determined by a market that may not provide adequate inputs Oin command economies, input availability is determined by planners that may not correctly respond to consumer demand. in market economies, buyers of inputs know that sellers want to earn profits. O in market economies, buyers of inputs know that consumers want the product ed
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