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A difference between oligopolists and monopolistic competitors is that only A. monopolistic competitors collude. B. oligopolists engage in product differentiation. C. monopolistic competitors can form a cartel. D. oligopolists can earn economic profit in the long run. E. monopolistic competitors can incur losses.

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Only oligopolists can earn economic profit in the long run. Correct answer is D.

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