Why does the government create regulatory laws that businesses must follow?
A. To assist entrepreneurs with starting their own companies
B. To merge with businesses and share control of national leaders
C. To raise tax revenue for national defense, social aid, and public works
D. To stabilize prices, keep unemployment low, and promote economic growth
I believe it is either A or D, but I'm not sure which...
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Economics is part of math ;)
Well, think about what would happen if the government did not have those laws in place.
Well, all of the local businesses wouldn't be able to hire people if the laws weren't in place because they probably wouldn't exist?