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Thomas Friedman compared the new globalized economy to a sprint that competitors must run over and over again. What did he mean by this? A. People will need to reinvent the same products over and
over. B. Companies will have to travel farther and faster than ever before. C. The future world economy will be very fast-paced. D. To be competitive, companies must continue to be innovative.
D. To be competitive, companies must continue to be innovative.
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User: Thomas Friedman compared the new globalized economy to a sprint that competitors must run over and over again. What did he mean by this? A. People will need to reinvent the same products over and over. B. Companies will have to travel farther and faster than ever before. C. The future world economy will be very fast-paced. D. To be competitive, companies must continue to be innovative.

Weegy: D. To be competitive, companies must continue to be innovative.
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User: Ultimately, the main factor that drives decisions about production is the A. availability of natural resources. B. government regulations and rules. C. public need for better goods. D. desire to maximize profits.

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