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# According to the Project Management Institute, conflict

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Re: According to the Project Management Institute, conflict [#permalink]
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My answer is (C). It took me 41 seconds.

The subject ("conflict ") is singular. Eliminate (AD).

Not so much X as Y. Eliminate (E).

X and Y should be parallel. Eliminate (B).
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I was this close to choose E, because "not from...but from" looks very attractive. However, I then chose C, as it should be "among" not "between".
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Re: According to the Project Management Institute, conflict [#permalink]
Bunuel wrote:
According to the Project Management Institute, conflict of interest in projects arise not so much from personal issues among employees as from divided loyalties and lack of prioritization.

(A) arise not so much from personal issues among employees as from
(B) arises not so much from personal issues between employees as because of
(C) arises not so much because of personal issues among employees as because of
(D) arise not because of personal issues among employees but from
(E) arises not so much from personal issues between employees but from

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