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Which of the following is an actual competitive disadvantage for many small businesses? Answer- - a. high overhead costs. b. inability to compete effectively in global markets. c. lack of
business knowledge and expertise by the owners. d. inability to take advantage of advances in technology.
The answer is lack of business knowledge and expertise by the owners.
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