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Rising health insurance costs and harsh social stigmas .... many employers to overlook workers' mental health needs, but ignoring the problem ... more than addressing it.
a) will cause / had cost
b) cause / will have cost
c) are causing / may have cost
d) caused / has cost
e) have caused / should have cost
The question was wasked in an official exam in Turkey. C was given as correct. Why is D not correct? I think D is even better than C. Thanks.