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14 Jun 2011, 18:49
Hello Gurus,
I have a question regarding an AWA issue. The issue that I read was something like this :

" Location of a business is not very important in today's world. The proliferation and computers and communication has made the physical location of a business irrelavant".

Discuss how much you agree.. ..

I think this has two obvious sides, I can quote example of amazon.com where the physical location of business is irrelevant. I can also quote Starbucks as an example and say location is everything. (In the sense, a starbucks located at the intersection of Main st and State st obviously attracts more business).

Do I have to necessarily take one side in analyzing an issue or is it acceptable to analyze the both the sides to a story?

Your inputs will be greatly appreciated.
Dual view   [#permalink] 14 Jun 2011, 18:49
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