Sales for the largest four firms in the industry equal
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Suppose the market for good X has a four-firm concentration ratio of 0.50. Furthermore, assume that total sales in the industry are $1.2 million. Based on this information, we know that sales for the largest four firms in the industry equal (in aggregate):





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