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historical cost accounting in the world  territory and target their historical customers. Companies must adapt their products and services to those new potential customers. They must leverage the Internet to quickly establish a virtual presence. They must use collaborative technology in order to respond to customer's requirements better and faster. Manufacturers often grow and enter new markets by acquiring or merging with other companies. This usually means, however, that different facilities within the newly merged enterprise are using

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