Yes, Canada is a mixed economy. Thus there is going to be some degree of competition among "producers."
A. Pure competition D. Monopolistic competition E. Oligopoly
In a market economy, the competition between producers helps keep the prices down. This is an economic practice that is based solely on supply and demand.
competween producers helps keep prices down in this type of economy?
yes but they don't have to worry because no one will produce more than they do
To reduce competition from foreign producers
Canada is not the most important producer of iron, zinc and copper but is between the most important producers in the world.
To protect domestic producers against international competition.
The interaction between the sun and producers is that the producers need the sun to live.
1. Competition fosters efficiency because producers have to offer the best products at reasonable prices.
Economists regard imperfect competition because it allows firms to be less efficient producers.
Producers driven by the profit motive seek to reduce their competition.
When many producers are selling slightly differentiated products is a situation where monopolistic competition exists.
Technology can become a barrier to entry for producers
To protect domestic producers against international competition
omnivores worms sunlight competition
one example of competition in the artic is between polar bears and the artic wolf. both compete against each other for same source of food, which tend to be other animals you could also mention intraspecific competition between producers, for example in winter months when sunlight is scarce grass will compete for sunlight
the competition is fierce, Burger King, Wendy's and in Canada there is Harvey's yummy.......