Business20 - 92568

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  • Posted on: Fri 31 Jul, 2015
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1. A market consists of: A) a group of potential customers with similar needs who are willing to exchange something of value. B) various kinds of products with similar characteristics. C) sellers offering substitute ways of satisfying needs. D) all the firms within a particular industry. E) both A and C. 2 A basic difference between a "generic market" and a "product-market" is: A) whether or not sellers in the market rely on e-commerce. B) how similar the competing sellers' products are. C) whether customer needs are similar or different. D) whether the market includes only buyers—or both buyers and sellers. E) There is NO DIFFERENCE—the terms mean the same thing. ...
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1. A market consists of:

                        A)        a group of potential customers with similar needs who are willing to exchange something of value.

                        B)     &nbs

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