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    What do you need help in?

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    Why would it benefit a company to restrict its supply of a product to consumers when consumer demand for the product is high?

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    wouldn't the prices go up?

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    It would increase the price of the goods.

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    @eclipsedstar @jagr2713

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    thought so

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