On scarcity of housing in more developed urban areas

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on scarcity of housing in more developed, urban areas of India c. Reflecting an increase in nuclear families across all of India, demonstrating the preference of young people for nuclear family residence types d. Influencing a change in consumption of meals outside the home in India where nuclear power brings lower food preparation (cooking) costs
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29.One of these things is not true about Jack Ma
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31. Where is greenfield development more likely to work for a big-box retailer?
32.Which of the following is probably not a cultural universal a. Play and sports b. Cooking and etiquette rules c. Gender roles d. Rites of passage e. The romantic kiss
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34.A GINI index is
35. The Uppsala model does not account for what aspects of the expansion of UniQlo and Giordano?
36.Some trends are global, and need to be considered by marketers of International products. Which is definitely a global trend? a. Demographic shift to an aging population. b. Pollution and limited availability of clean air and water c. The growth (in number and influence) of state-controlled markets d. All of the above

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