oppurtunity cost, Microeconomics

1. Assume that Malaysia can produce cencaluk at 25 bottles per worker and belacan at RM5 per worker. Assume that Indonesia can produce 10 bottles of cencaluk per worker and 20 packets of belacan per worker.
a. In terms of belacan, what is the opportunity cost of producing cencaluk in each country?
b. Who has the comparative advantage in producing belacan?
c. Which country should most likely specialize in belacan? In cencaluk?

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