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given to competition

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involving competition or competitiveness

subscribing to capitalistic competition

showing a fighting disposition

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We found much literature on the sources of competitive advantage but still the general feelings about competitive advantage and the level of ease to understand the interplay between these sources is mired with confusions.
Because mock trial success only occurs through the cooperative learning of teams, we believe that it provides a useful platform to evaluate cooperative learning that can occur within a competitive environment.
The full fact-finding report, "Foundry Products: Competitive Conditions in the U.
To bring this problem closer to home, of the meager 29 competitive elections for the House around the country, not one of them is in California.
In addition, CI can improve planning and decision making within the organization, enhance forecasting of competitive threats, avoid blind spots, and prevent information leaks, as well as be used as counter intelligence to protect the organization's intellectual property and competitive advantage.
In contrast, little regulation would be required for competitive services provided by ServeCo.
Again, the greater the power of buyers and suppliers, the more difficult it is to sustain a competitive advantage in that market.
A similar majority (70 percent) agreed that having access to competitive intelligence in the past would have made their communication campaigns more effective.
This category of material is often the most specialized and valuable source of competitive information and is sometimes available by simple request.
Many firms already use similar questions to determine why they were passed over in a competitive bidding process.
The fact that concentration in both urban and rural banking markets has remained largely unchanged during the past decade is an indication of the continuing intensely competitive structure of the banking industry.
For the purpose of the current study, each rehabilitant was assigned to one of two categories: (a) Competitive labor market, involving work for wages, salary or commission; (b) All other employment outcomes, including sheltered workshops conducted by a nonprofit organization which provides work under special conditions for individuals who are physically or mentally disabled, state-agency-managed business enterprises, keeping house (|homemaker' status) and working without pay on a family farm or in a family business.
The workshop focused on measuring ROI for competitive intelligence and market research.