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For the safety-conscious Swedish market, a United States

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For the safety-conscious Swedish market, a United States [#permalink] New post 07 Apr 2004, 06:02
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For the safety-conscious Swedish market, a United
States manufacturer of desktop computers devel-
oped a special display screen that produces a much
weaker electromagnetic field surrounding the user
than do ordinary screens. Despite an advantage in
this respect over its competitors, the manufacturer is
introducing the screen into the United States market
without advertising it as a safety improvement.

Which of the following, if true, provides a rationale
for the manufacturer's approach to advertising the
screen in the United States?
(A) Many more desktop computers are sold each
year in the United States market than are
sold in the Swedish market.
(B) The manufacturer does not want its competitors
to become aware of the means by which the
company has achieved this advance in tech-
nology.
(C) Most business and scientific purchasers of desk-
top computers expect to replace such equip-
ment eventually as better technology becomes
available on the market.
(D) An emphasis on the comparative safety of the
new screen would call into question the safety
of the many screens the manufacturer has
already sold in the United States.
(E) Concern has been expressed in the United
States over the health effects of the large elec-
tromagnetic fields surrounding electric power
lines.
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 [#permalink] New post 07 Apr 2004, 12:51
D it is although I would hesitate labeling this as an "ethical practice" :peek
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 [#permalink] New post 10 Apr 2004, 19:31
yes OA is D.
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