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Because of new regulatory requirements in Country X, companies

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IR series : Please try this one
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mbaaspirant80 wrote:
Hi folks,

IR series : Please try this one
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Required - Reporting to authorities the foreign components used.
Not Permitted - Buying more than 70% of a component from one country.

OA plz.

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Required: Third option
Not permitted: Fourth option

What's the OA? Thanks.

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Re: Because of new regulatory requirements in Country X, companies [#permalink]

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New post 11 Oct 2017, 18:33
this is truly confusing, but I believe the answer is
Required - Reporting to authorities the foreign components used.
Not Permitted - Buying more than 70% of a component from one country.

Explanation: E can be eliminated.
D is not right because there can be 2 suppliers: country X and one other foreign country. (A,B,C,...)

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Re: Because of new regulatory requirements in Country X, companies [#permalink]

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New post 19 Oct 2017, 11:09
sandeep211986 wrote:
mbaaspirant80 wrote:
Hi folks,

IR series : Please try this one
Attachment:
Q27.JPG


Required - Reporting to authorities the foreign components used.
Not Permitted - Buying more than 70% of a component from one country.

OA plz.


Same answer here!

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Re: Because of new regulatory requirements in Country X, companies   [#permalink] 19 Oct 2017, 11:09
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