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What happens to the equilibrium price and quantity of coffee when there is a leftward shift of the supply curve for tea? Explain.
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See the above figure. The leftward shift in the supply of tea causes tea prices to increase. Since coffee and tea are substitutes, the demand for coffee increases, resulting in higher coffee prices.
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