Which Would You Rather Have: More Money Or Cheaper Goods And Services?
If they were proportionally the same and why?
I would prefer cheaper goods and services instead of wishing for more money. Because cheaper goods and services imply they are available to all. Everyone can enjoy them which gives me more pleasure instead of possessing myself more money in getting them. That will be a healthy economic situation.
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