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Consider what would happen if a taxes of 10000$ was imposed on imported automobiles on dealers.Using a demand and supply diagram, show its impact of price and quantity. Suppose the demand for automobiles is very elastic.Explain using diagram the impact of the tax, on buyers and automobiles dealers.Given that demand is elastic, do you think this taxation policy will help to reduce traffic on roads?Will it raise higher government revenue?Why would you think demand for automobiles is elastic?
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