Bilateral Monopoly model problem

Can someone please help me in finding out the accurate answer from the following question. The bilateral monopoly model is: (i) Among the most modern models of the union bargaining. (ii) Very helpful in describing specific labor agreements. (iii) The theory of dynamics of markets dominated by the two firms. (iv) The description for the range in which prices are set if buyers and sellers are both price-makers.

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