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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 â€œJapanese-styleâ€
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20 Oct 2004, 17:04
Only C does not involve the quality/image/design of American products
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20 Oct 2004, 19:45
I am confused between C and E. C is still part of the 'high tech world' and if 'X-Box' has to be named 'suzuki', it is still taking the japanese image.

E refers to america losing international image even in 'non hi-tech world'. If Conagra puts this advt, the lost international image of America will not be confined only to the 'hi tech world'.

Can someone elaborate on the right answer.
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20 Oct 2004, 19:56
Yes venksune, I'm wrong here. The conclusion is talking about high tech world. Only E is unrelated as it talks about cuisine.
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21 Oct 2004, 05:28
OA is E

I also chose the answer C the first time
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21 Oct 2004, 05:28
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