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Which of the following two statements is correct?
I. Illiquidity is the inability of a firm to raise funds on reasonable terms.
II. Insolvency is the inability of a firm to meet its financial obligations as they are due

▸ Both I and II and incorrect

▸ Statement I is correct and statement II is incorrect

▸ Both I and II are correct

▸ Statement I is incorrect and statement II is correct
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