In short run, the demand for mink coats is least probable to change in response to: (i) Development of the petroleum based faux fur fabric which can’t be differentiated from genuine mink except via DNA analysis. (ii) Armies of animal rights activists who splash paint on the passers-by who wear the fur coats. (iii) Reductions in the prices of mink coats. (iv) Extraordinarily mild winter weather in the New York, London, Paris, Moscow and Beijing. (v) Huge redistributions of income from rich to the poor in the US.
Find out the right answer from the above options.