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The prediction of permanent, growing shortages of fresh drinking water by the year 2050 assumes
A) water prices will increase.
B) water prices will decrease.
C) water prices will not adjust appropriately to coordinate the market.
D) nobody will be able to collect water from rain and snowstorms.
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