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Lord Stevenson urged SEB to initiate steps to arrest the gradual

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Lord Stevenson urged SEB to initiate steps to arrest the gradual decrease in the number of listed technology firms, which includes the establishment of lower limits for annual revenues, and scaling down such other norms selectively for small technology firms.

A. which includes the establishment of lower limits for annual revenues, and scaling
B. which includes establishing limits to the size of annual revenues, and scaling
C. which include the establishment of lower limits for annual revenues, and the scaling
D. including establishing lower limits for annual revenues, and scaling
E. including the establishing of limits to the size of annual revenues, and the scaling
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A. which includes the establishment of lower limits for annual revenues, and scaling - which refers to the previous noun and must be followed by a plural verb.

B. which includes establishing limits to the size of annual revenues, and scaling - Same error as A

C. which include the establishment of lower limits for annual revenues, and the scaling - Illogical.

D. including establishing lower limits for annual revenues, and scaling - Correct

E. including the establishing of limits to the size of annual revenues, and the scaling - Meaning shift

Answer: D
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