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competitive

Business sufficiently low in price or high in quality to be successful against commercial rivals
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Although there were some differences in regions of significance, the effect sizes were remarkably similar for the competitive variables.
Competitive Insights will provide strategic counsel on navigating the competitive landscape, differentiating brands and capturing the attention of the marketplace.
Employees with base salaries below the competitive external market are eligible to receive a raise, depending on their job performance and the cost-of-living increase, and a possible variable pay award based on their individual performance and the company's or department's performance.
achieve higher competitive closure rates and lower numbers of non-competitive closures) but also more cost-efficient (i.
In recommending the deletion of the competitive bidding section (Section 4118) of the "Health Security Act," Tracey stated: "The goal of maintaining and improving quality health care for millions of Americans will not be advanced by competitive bidding for home medical equipment or rehabilitative/assistive technology.
Remaining competitive and effective in the ever-changing financial services environment demands that banks continually innovate and improve their performance across all lines of business, in every discipline and delivery channel, at every organizational level," said Mario Berard, president and chief executive officer of Omega Performance.
This brief assesses the degree of competitive intensity currently prevailing in four key power markets in Australia: NSW, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland.
Summary 10 SCA Hygiene Products UK Ltd: Competitive Position 2005
com/reports/c44537) has announced the addition of UPS: Competitive Benchmarking Report to their offering.
Fitch's ratings also incorporate Echostar's weak competitive position and limited ability to respond to the changing and more competitive operating environment.
Supreme court said the Sherman Antitrust Act "rests on the premise that the unrestrained interaction of competitive forces will yield the best allocation of our economic resources, the lowest prices, the highest quality and greatest material progress.