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A sustainable competitive advantage exists for an organization when other companies have tried unsuccessfully to duplicate the advantage and ____.
A sustainable competitive advantage exists for an organization when other companies have tried unsuccessfully to duplicate the advantage and: those companies have, for the moment, stopped trying to duplicate the advantage.
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A sustainable competitive advantage exists for an organization when other companies have tried unsuccessfully to duplicate the advantage and: those companies have, for the moment, stopped trying to duplicate the advantage.
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