How does information provided by the government influence consumer decisions?
Consumers prevent companies from selling products revealed to be dangerous. Consumers do not buy products revealed to be dangerous. Consumers use the information to test new products for themselves. Consumers buy produts regardless of government information.
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The products available on the market are decided by the federal government. The FDA regulates all food and drugs. No consumer is allowed to buy domestic or foreign goods deemed dangerous or hazardous by the government. in addition, the government monitors factories and production lines to ensure a high level of continuing quality.
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