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2 II POLICY-IMPOSED DISTORTIONS IN PRODUCT MARKETS In developed countries, distortions in product markets may result from government interventions in the form of price control and limitations on competition. In the case of non-traded goods, governments may set the price of the particular service and/or restrict entry by new firms; in the case of traded goods, protection is an important device limiting competition, thereby raising costs to the user and to the national economy as a whole. Among services, one may single out transportation that is subject to regulations in most developed countries.
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