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concentration ratio is a measure of the total output produced in an
industry by a given number of firms in the industry. The most
common concentration ratios are the CR4 and the CR8, which means
the four and the eight largest firms. Concentration ratios are
usually used to show the extent of market control of the largest
firms in the industry and to illustrate the degree to which an
industry is oligopolistic.
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