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  • . Established during the Soviet era, Lvivkholod was mainly a wholesaler of bulk frozen meat and fish products.In the early 1990s, with Ukraine’s economy transforming and marketing channels collapsing, Lvivkholod had to establish a new way of doing business or disappear.
  • . Its emphasis on product variety has made Lvivkholod stand out among competitors and survive the difficult transition from a planned economy to a free-market enterprise.

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  • . Thus unlike the traditional economy, where the prevailing philosophy is 'demand creates supply', the rules of the new economy are that Œsupply creates demand¹.
  • . This friction or delay introduces cycles and uncertainty into traditional markets...In the classical economy, prices go down when demand goes down, forcing supply also to decline.
  • . In the friction-free economy, prices go down as supply goes up, forcing demand to rise.
  • . Š the friction-free economy turns the supply-equals-demand rule upside down.
  • . This leads to a radically different economy." (pp.10, 11) According to Lewis, when considering an information product such as software, the old classical notion of diminishing marginal returns does not apply.
  • . In the classical economy, when a household bought a dishwasher for example, there was little need for a second, third and fourth dishwasher - beyond the first one, an extra dishwasher brought little or no 'additional value' to the members of the household.

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  • . As an early book on the new Information Age economy, this is superior.
  • . There are examples from both industrial and consumer markets, but the focus is on the new "digital economy" business models.
  • . It also discounts the potential impact of government interference, which could add drag and bureaucracy to the friction free economy.
  • . market share is perhaps the most valuable product of the friction free economy" (p.
  • . He says, "Winning in the friction free economy is all about strategy.
  • . 2 behind Microsoft in the Microsoft tools business.) The nice thing about a knowledge-based economy and U.S.
  • . The new economy is, in my opinion, not about the "or, " it is about the "and." The leading share in most markets is held by "other".
  • . I think the new economy is about market share, and about fast and cheap, and more than that.

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  • . The economy of Lesotho is based on subsistence farming and animal husbandry, as well as small-scale industries that include clothing, footwear, textiles, food processing and construction.
  • . In the past financial year, Lesotho’s economy slowed down substantially because of major political conflicts causing temporary disruption in business activities.
  • . Based on free market principles and private ownership of property, the Lesotho economy presents a relatively open economic and business climate.
  • . Characterised by the growing importance of the private sector and increased globalisation of production and trade, the economy of Lesotho faces the beginning of a purposeful development phase.
  • . The slow-down in the world economy during 1998/99 has had far reaching effects on developing countries, with aid and private capital flows to emerging markets reducing.
  • . South Africa itself has the most developed and well-diversified economy, with agriculture, mining, secondary industry, commerce and a broad structure of service establishments contributing to the wealth of the nation.


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  • . Must small business manufacturers alter their plans to suit this corporate agenda, or is there an alternative form of organization that can accomplish the same goals in a way that better suits both customer and vendor? Deconstructing the corporation When considered as a social order rather than as an individual institution, a large corporation approximates a centrally planned economy with all of its flaws.

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  • . Is "The Attention Economy" just another way for advertisers to skewer eyeballs? And why build an economy around Attention, when Intention is where the money comes from? That's the question at the front of my mind as I hear one speaker after another struggle to cast light on "The Attention Economy", which is the theme of conference, where I am sitting in an audience, writing this, right now.
  • . And the Web 2.0 economy, like the Web 1.0 economy, continues to repose in the Media Economy, which continues to live off advertising.
  • . Even the biggest success story in the Web Economy (through Web 1.x, 2.x and beyond, probably), Google, makes nearly all of its money from advertising.
  • . So I'm thinking, Can't we get past that now? Please? Hence my idea: The Intention Economy .

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  • . Cambodia was steered into “free-market economy” after the radical agreement, done in Paris on October 23, 1991.
  • . Resulting from this, Cambodia’s integration into regional and international communities has boosted her economy.
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