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All potential customers who share common needs and wants, and who have the ability and willingness to buy the product, are considered a market. A. true B. false
TRUE. All potential customers who share common needs and wants, and who have the ability and willingness to buy the product, are considered a market.
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TRUE. All potential customers who share common needs and wants, and who have the ability and willingness to buy the product, are considered a market.
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