Keynes’ explanation for low firm investment during the Great Depression?

(A) low savings, which placed a constraint on investment
(B) high real borrowing rates, which discouraged firm borrowing
(C) high savings, which left consumers with less money to spend on goods
and serviced produced by firms
(D) A permanent change in Europe’s corporate ownership structures.

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