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3-15-2010 @ 6:56PM
Without brand equity or varying product quality, premium pricing is impossible for all but a handful of items. And, obviously, competitive pricing challenges vendors who want to make as much profit as possible (who wouldn't, but for reality?) or whose cost structures are sloppy. Nobody's happy when costs that are mostly beyond our control make an item unprofitable, but when that occurs, it's time to find another market.
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