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The capability to attack in multiple markets throws the firm off balance leaving it vulnerable to rivals and thus reducing value

The capability to attack in multiple markets throws the firm off balance leaving it vulnerable to rivals and thus reducing value

The capability to attack in multiple markets throws the firm off balance leaving it vulnerable to rivals and thus reducing value.

a. True b. False

12.Firms that have a high degree of resource similarity are likely to have similar strengths and weaknesses.

a. True b. False

13.Under antitrust law a company can be in trouble for setting prices too high but not for setting them too low.

a. True b. False

14.US courts have not sought to unilaterally punish non-US cartels (if they are legal elsewhere) simply because they may have a substantial adverse impact on US markets.

a. True b. False

15.Critics of US policy on dumping at least agree that our policy on predatory pricing is consistent both domestically and internationally.

a. True b. False

16.Thrust makes use of military theory that the attacker needs to have at least a three-to-one advantage to overcome a well-defended position through a conventional frontal assault.

a. True b. False

17.Local firms’ primary strengths lie in a deep understanding of local markets, and thus they would pursue a dodger strategy.

a. True b. False

18.A strategy that leverages local assets is called an extender strategy.

a. True b. False

19.An extender strategy may be appropriate in some industries where pressures for globalization are relatively low.

a. True b. False

20.An extender strategy is being used when local firms engage in rapid learning to approach the capabilities of the MNEs and then expand overseas.

a. True b. False

abhinav behal 15-Feb-2020

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