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Q1. Foreign workers make up roughly 90% of United Arab Emirates (UAE) population. If you compare UAE's GDP with its GNP, Illustrate which is likely to be larger and why?

Q2. Create a demand supply analysis based on the data collected on Ford's
price and sales, which demonstrates the relationship between price and quantity demanded?

Q3. Determine the equilibrium price and quantity and explain its meaning to Ford. Indicate how Ford's management should use this information to make sound strategic decisions.

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