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# What is the correct idiom

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24 Dec 2003, 14:47
I believe B is the answer because it specifically mentions "requires OF FIRMS" which correctly link the main clause to the subordinate clause "such firms ..."

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24 Dec 2003, 14:50
It is either B or E. I went with E..required for ..survival

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24 Dec 2003, 16:20
B

"firms" in the ending sentence should refer to "firm" in the opening not "firms' survival"

noun v/s noun

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# What is the correct idiom

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