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LEGAL FORCES: Forces in the marketing environment that are shaped by government laws affecting business. These are very similar to political forces. Once laws are enacted they are usually very difficult to change. Many companies work hard at lobbying legislatures, Congress, and other elected to pass laws favorable to the company's best interests.

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MONOPOLY AND PERFECT COMPETITION: Monopoly and perfect competition represent two extremes along a continuum of market structures. At the one extreme is perfect competition, representing the ultimate of efficiency achieved by an industry that is, well, perfectly competitive. Monopoly, at the other extreme, represents the ultimate of inefficiency brought about by the total lack of competition. You can't have less competition than a single firm selling a good.

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THREE QUESTIONS OF ALLOCATION

The three basic questions that an economy must answer because of limited resources and unlimited wants and needs are: What? How? and For Whom? The basic problem of scarcity requires every society to determine: What goods to produce? How to produce the goods? And who receives the goods that are produced?

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