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O A. Additional capital is raised.
B. More workers and workers increasing skills.
O C. Unemployment rises.
O D. New technology is developed.
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25- 20 15 10 10 20 30 Good A 40 50 O A. Additional capital is raised. B. More workers and workers increasing skills. O C. Unemployment rises. O D. New technology is developed. A po05