14. In expanding into foreign markets, a company can strive to gain competitive advantage (or offset domestic disadvantages) by;A. building a state-of-the-art facility to fully capture scale economies via an export strategy.;B. using export, licensing, or franchising strategies so as to minimize risk and capital investment.;C. locating buyer-related activities in all countries where it sells its product.;D. dispersing its activities among various countries in a manner that lowers costs or else helps achieve greater product differentiation and transferring competitively valuable competencies and capabilities from its domestic operations to its operations in foreign markets.;E. avoiding the use of strategies that entail coordinating its domestic strategic moves with its strategic moves in the various foreign markets that it enters.
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