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One strategy U.S. manufacturers have employed in order to become more competitive is: A. increasing advertising budgets. xxxxx B. maintaining a distance relationship with suppliers in an effort to guard trade secrets. C. relying on advanced technology and the Internet to unite companies. D. focusing on providing the lowest priced products.
Weegy: One strategy U.S. manufacturers have employed in order to become more competitive is: C. relying on advanced technology and the Internet to unite companies. User: In recent years, the service sector of the U.S. economy has: A. grown much more rapidly than the manufacturing sector. B. achieved extremely high productivity gains according to government reports. C. focused less on quality and more on reducing costs of production. D. become the low-wage sector of the U.S. economy. Weegy: In recent years, the service sector of the U.S. economy has: A. grown much more rapidly than the manufacturing sector. (More)
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is the art of utilizing organizational resources to accomplish goals at work. A. Justification B. Socialization C. Management D. Preparation
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Management is the art of utilizing organizational resources to accomplish goals at work.

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is the art of utilizing organizational resources to accomplish goals at work. A. Justification B. Socialization C. Management - - XXXXX D. Preparation
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Contemporary businesses are: A. performing the organization function to look good to prospective buyers. B. beginning to use Fayol's principles of organization to respond quickly to changes in the marketplace. C. adding to their workforce as part of adaptive change. D. reorganizing to be more competitive.
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Contemporary businesses are: reorganizing to be more competitive.

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