Given a production possibilities curve for defense goods and nondefense goods, if a nation is producing at a point inside the production possibilities curve, then: *
a. too many resources are being used for nondefense goods.
b. too many resources are being used for defense goods.
c. only new technology will increase the production of defense or nondefense goods.
d. it is possible to increase either good’s production without sacrificing production of the other.
stock should never be boiled and always simmered. the answer is d
(a) creating superior customer value and satisfaction.
when customers are satisfied with products and services, it tends to build a lasting relationship, and that is why some customers will stick to a particular product for years irrespective of change in price or change in income. value to customers as to do with what they benefit from your product or services rendered, and so to create superior customer value satisfaction, you need to understand what your customers really want and ensure that they get value/benefit.