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intense competition in which competitors cut retail prices to gain business


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'As in other markets, Samsung is taking steps to respond to the price competition from Chinese players by overhauling its midrange strategy,' the report said.
Dubai's trade sector is expected to grow in 2018, driven by factors that include increased demand, price competition and accessibility, according to a survey from the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Consolidation is natural in an industry suffering from too many operators and a focus on price competition, and should benefit the industry in the long term.
(11) Drug Price Competition and Patent Term Restoration Act of 1984, Pub.
Key risks for the retail brokers are primarily related to extreme price competition in the form of lower or no trading commissions.
The growth of discount chains such as Aldi and Lidl have resulted in fierce price competition and recent financial results from both Tesco and Sainsbury's were also depressed by a downward revaluation of their properties.
The company also noted increased price competition on ceramic proppant sales from domestic and international manufacturers, especially in the Bakken play.
Data issued by Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) on Thursday revealed that further addition of low income users in mobile subscriber base and aggressive price competition has also contributed to lower ARPU during recent months.
PAYDAY lenders could be forced to spell out the overall cost of defaulting on a loan more clearly up front and an independent price comparison website could be set up to help people shop around after a watchdog found an "absence of price competition".
ATYPICAL payday loan customer is paying up to PS60 a year over the odds because of a lack of price competition in the industry, a watchdog has claimed.
Payday lenders lack price competition, so customers could be paying too much for their loans, according to regulators, the BBC reported on Wednesday.
Shares in low-cost airline Ryanair bucked the trend, up 4.8 percent after the company said intense price competition in Europe was easing and forward bookings were up.
In 2010, to encourage price competition and innovation in markets for biologics, Congress passed the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act (BPCIA), which established an abbreviated regulatory pathway for the approval of follow-on biologics by the Food and Drug Administration.