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How competitive forces shape strategy
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#2
It is the same as war brings better technology.

Look at Panasonic: What is Panasonic doing during WWII?
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I think you need to focus on gaining and securing market share before expanding, this is how you can effectively open business in foreign soil
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#4
Without war, without progress. People always need competitive to be motivated.

Mess with the best, die like the rest.
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