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Re: CR. Incomplete argument! [#permalink] New post 07 May 2008, 18:18
mbamogul wrote:
My answer is C. Although i had to choose between c & E, i went for C.

the main assumption in this passage is once the european manufacturers have emerged they will gain major control of the european market and will eventually eat into the european market share of US manufactures.not withstanding the fact, that US manufactures have the first mover advantage. This is primarily because of the home market advantage enjoyed by the european manufactures. Applying the same rule to US manufactures & US market, we can clearly conclude that C is the correct answer.



Why E is not the correct choice. Since there is no market for US manufactures in US they are forced to export their products elsewhere. This implies that there is no/minor market for solar power generators.The choice E restates with different words what is already mentioned in the premise.


mbamogul, you are right! you help clear my weakness! Thanks!
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Re: CR. Incomplete argument! [#permalink] New post 11 May 2008, 05:00
Dear Sondenso,

thanks for posting lots of questions, but PLEASE POST THE SOURCE - GMATPREP in the title if the question is a gmatprep question. I had never seen this question before. I got it right, but now i will see it again in GMATPrep.

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Re: CR. Incomplete argument! [#permalink] New post 11 May 2008, 19:03
buffdaddy wrote:
Dear Sodenso,

thanks for posting lots of questions, but PLEASE POST THE SOURCE - GMATPREP in the title if the question is a gmatprep question. I had never seen this question before. I got it right, but now i will see it again in GMATPrep.

cheers,

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Hi, some my friends will avoid all the question that tiltled GmatPrep because they want to keep their head fresh when hitting real GmatPrep. :lol:

I like CR of Gmatprep, so you can see that all CR I post is Gmatprep
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Re: CR. Incomplete argument! [#permalink] New post 10 Oct 2010, 19:47
This one is so tough, I don't have any clue after reading the stimulus.

Thanks for the discussion, I get it now.
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Re: Which of the following most logically completes the [#permalink] New post 18 Jul 2012, 02:15
still not clear why option E is incorrect
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