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CR - imitation [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2007, 16:37
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At one time, European and Japanese companies tried to imitate their American rivals. Today, American appliance manufacturers import European scientists to lead their research staffs; American automakers design cars that mimic the styling of German, Italian, and French imports; and American electronics firms boast in their advertising of “Japanese-styleâ€
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 [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2007, 16:58
E is the BEST ANSWER,

P1 - E&J companies imitated AMerican companies
P2 - A bunch of examples...
C - In the world of high technology America has lost its prestige.

E - is the only one that does not talk about technology but about frozen food

At one time, European and Japanese companies tried to imitate their American rivals. Today, American appliance manufacturers import European scientists to lead their research staffs; American automakers design cars that mimic the styling of German, Italian, and French imports; and American electronics firms boast in their advertising of “Japanese-styleâ€
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 [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2007, 17:20
Thanks man!
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 [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2007, 19:55
im with E as well, frozen food and foreign chefs are not associated with "high technology"
  [#permalink] 14 Mar 2007, 19:55
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