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28. Organizational buyers can be divided into three different markets. They are A. industrial, wholesaler, and retailer markets. B. industrial, retailer, and government markets. C. retailer,
manufacturer, and government markets. D. industrial, government, and ultimate consumer. E. industrial, reseller, and government markets.
The answer would be E. industrial, reseller, and government markets. Organizational buyers are divided into 3 markets: 1. industrial 2. reseller 3. government
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22. The stages a buyer passes through in making choices about which product and service to buy is called the __________. A. information decision process B. purchase decision process C. alternative evaluation process D. postpurchase behavior process E. problem recognition process
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The stages a buyer passes through in making choices about which product and service to buy is called the PURCHASE DECISION PROCESS.

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