Determine when economic efficiency is most evidently improve

Economic efficiency is most clearly improved while: (i) a new Wal-Mart opens in a rural community. (ii) less-developed countries grow quicker than more developed countries. (iii) taxes are composed in accord along with the principle of progressivity. (iv) India increases its production of luxury automobiles. (v) Niki and Chandra trade items in their school lunches regarding one-third of the time.

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