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The cost of producing sneakers in Country X, which does not

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The cost of producing sneakers in Country X, which does not have an extensive union labor system, is ten percent less than Country Y, which has.

(A) Country Y, which has
(B) in Country Y, which has an extensive union labor system
(C) it is in Country Y, which has
(D) it has been in Country Y, which has
(E) Country Y is, which has an extensive union labor system
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New post 29 Sep 2005, 23:24
Answer is B. Parallelism.
Cost in country X...is less than in Y...
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New post 30 Sep 2005, 01:06
GMATT73 wrote:
The cost of producing sneakers in Country X, which does not have an extensive union labor system, is ten percent less than Country Y, which has.

(A) Country Y, which has
(B) in Country Y, which has an extensive union labor system
(C) it is in Country Y, which has
(D) it has been in Country Y, which has
(E) Country Y is, which has an extensive union labor system


I would choose B.

B rightly compares "in country X " with "in country Y"

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