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Which isn't a barrier to entry?

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Monopolies could theoretically exist in part due to a variety of factors collectively known as “barriers to entry”.

All of the following are examples of barriers to entry EXCEPT

A

licenses and patents.

B

strategic pricing.

C

economies of scale.

D

the ownership of primary resources.

E

X-inefficiency.