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  • Portfolio Management
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  • Example of Product Strategy
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    Coursework on MANAGING MARKET Coursework Title MACRO ENVIRONMENT & MARKETING MIX 1. INTRODUCTION In the year 1937, two brothers named Richaard and Murice in California started the operation of McDonald’s as a drive in retaurant (Scribd, 2009). At present, McDonlads
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  • Product Mgt
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