International economics: Theory & policy, International Economics

In a day of production, firms in angola can produce 200 liters of oil or 10 kilograms of tungsten. Firms in Namibia can produce 160 liters of oil or 60 kilograms of tungsten. Which country has the absolute advantage in the production of tungsten?question..
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