Consumer goods

Consumer goods are final goods specifically intended for the mass market.Consider the figure below. As this country moves from point D to point B along the production possibility frontier AE,

Consumer goods

the opportunity cost is not affected because the curve does not shift.
the opportunity cost of building more consumer goods rises.
the opportunity cost of building more capital goods rises.
the opportunity cost of producing more of either consumer goods or capital goods rises.

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