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As products flooded the market after World War II, firms responded by: a) cultivating their customers. b) focusing on a low cost strategy. c) adopting a bleeding edge approach to the introduction of products in an attempt to be first to market. d) branding their products to create distinctive identities.
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User: As products flooded the market after World War II, firms responded by: a) cultivating their customers. b) focusing on a low cost strategy. c) adopting a bleeding edge approach to the introduction of products in an attempt to be first to market. d) branding their products to create distinctive identities.

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