Nash equilibria of this game, Managerial Economics

Two competing firms are each planning to introduce a new product. Firm 1 will decide whether to produce product A, product B or product C, while firm 2 can choose between products D, E, and F. They will make their choices at the similar time. The resulting profits are given below.

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What are the Nash equilibria of this game?

 

 

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