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competitive

Business sufficiently low in price or high in quality to be successful against commercial rivals
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The advantage for companies that focus on obtaining straightforward, no-holds-barred answers to the hard questions from employees and customers and that implement needed change is that they will create a competitive advantage that will be hard to duplicate.
When every part of an organization discovers what makes it special and builds on the company's overall competitive advantage, it will help each segment of the business grow stronger in defining the role it plays in enhancing its ability to become more competitive.
--To understand the information so that, organization can be aware of the environment that allows the organization to operate in such a way to build up its competitive position strongly and to shun the blindsided or grasped surprisingly.
The aim of the Competitive IT Strategy Company program is to introduce companies as attractive companies to investors who emphasize improving corporate value over the mid- to long-term and to promote companies' Competitive IT Strategies.
During the 6th Regional Competitiveness Summit held yesterday, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) announced Rizal topped the list of the most competitive provinces this year, with the ranking based on the population and income weighted average of the overall scores of cities and municipalities under a province.
Competitive bidding has been welcomed by all within and outside the country as it has delivered highly competitive prices of 3-5 cents as opposed to 10 cents-plus in the prior period.
While talking about competitive advantage and use of this term in literature of business strategy we see lots of confusion ensue here.
The general objective of this study is to characterize the level of competitiveness of Minas Gerais's exports in order to better understand their competitive potential, as well as how they are distributed across its different regions and territories.
"We recognize the local government units (LGUs) who are competitive based on economic dynamism, government efficiency, and infrastructure, DILG Secretary Ismael Mike D.
In such a circumstance, countries and companies are able to exploit of global market opportunities that have the ability to create and develop a competitive advantage.
These issues motivated the core research question of this study; How does a firm's set of competitive actions influence stock risk?
This approach is, in his eyes, strategic in a difficult economic environment that challenges Tunisian businesses to increase their vigilance to maintain their competitive advantages and develop new projects based on a better decryption of the levers of potential growth.

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