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Intrinsic factors are related to meeting lower-level needs. True or False?
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User: Intrinsic factors are related to meeting lower-level needs. True or False?

Weegy: Intrinsic factors are related to meeting lower-level needs. It is True.
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Weegy: Credit policy for the multinational firm is generally more risky due in part to the additional consideration of exchange rates and also due to uncertainty regarding the credit worthiness of many foreign customers. It is True.
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Intrinsic factors are related to meeting lower-level needs. FALSE.
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