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IN the late nineteenth-century Europe, increased competition for foreign markets and the growing importance of domestic demand for economic developmen

I just need to know if in the late nineteenth-century Europe, increased competition for foreign markets and the growing importance of domestic demand for economic development led to either:

A. the elimination of trade restrictions like tariffs.
B. a strong reaction against free trade and imposition of steep protective tariffs by most nations.
C. greater economic instability and a sequence of even deeper economic depressions.
D. closer economic cooperation among the great powers.
OR
E. greater investment by the United States in the European economy.
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> 60 days ago

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