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    Porter’s Five Forces Supplier Power Buyer Power Barriers to Entry Threat of substitutes Rivalry  Among Competitors Porter, Michael E., Competitive Strategy: Techniques for Analyzing Industries and Competitors  
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    Porter’s Five Forces Supplier concentration  Importance of volume to supplier  Differentiation of inputs  Impact of inputs on cost or differentiation  Switching costs of firms in the industry  Presence of substitute inputs  Threat of forward integration  Cost relative to total purchases in industry Supplier Power
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    Porter’s Five Forces Bargaining leverage  Buyer volume Buyer information  Brand identity  Price sensitivity Threat of backward  integration   Product differentiation  Buyer concentration  vs. industry  Substitutes available  Buyers' incentives  Buyer Power
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    Porter’s Five Forces Absolute cost 
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