Economics and Innovative Technologies


In today’s competitive world the countries are hastily enlarging and integrating with the other countries and are open to global marketing mix, it is important to understand that the best implemented marketing strategy wins the global business battle. The purpose of this paper is to attempt to observe the most proper marketing strategies that provides a comprehensive conception of how to accurately position products in the market place. .


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