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Bernice Cooper
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Candace Young
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Ken Ericksen
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Matthew Carle
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Tiffany Hanchett
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Consumer Product Safety Act International Marketing Marketing Principles Of Marketing
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Deloris Connelly
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Lisa Currey
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Richard Molina
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Consumer Product Safety Act Consumer Product Safety Commission Marketing Principles Of Marketing
MKG 300 Midterm – 3 – Flashcards 45 terms
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Gabriela Compton
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Consumer Product Safety Act Customer Touch Points External Locus Of Control Marketing Principles Of Marketing
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Patsy Brent
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Linda Lynch
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Consumer Product Safety Act Consumer Psychology Marketing Principles Of Marketing
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Matthew Carle
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AP Environmental Science Consumer Product Safety Act Environmental Science
Air Pollution and Collision on I-75 21 terms
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Larry Charles
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Adam Howard
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Which of the following federal laws passed by the U.S. Congress prohibits fake advertising allowances and limits quantity discounts? a) Clayton Act b) Magnuson-Moss Act c) Consumer Product Safety Act d) Sherman Act e) Robinson-Patman Act
Answer = e, Robinson-Patman Act The Robinson-Patman Act seeks prohibits “fake” advertising allowances and limits quantity discounts.
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Which of the following statements is not true? a. self-promotion is not a substitute for quality products b. inferior products harm a firm’s profitability and a nation’s balance of payments c. product liability transfers from the manufacturer to the retailer once the retailer accepts delivery of the product d. quality – be it good or bad – will show up in perceptions about a firm’s new products, employment practices, and supplier relations e. legislation such as the Consumer Product Safety Act sets and enforces product standards by banning products that do not reach those standards
The role of quality in limiting a firms’s product liability is illustrated by a. ensuring that contaminated products such as impure foods do not reach customers b. ensuring that products meet standards such as those of the Consumer Product Safety Act c. designing safe products to limit possible harm to consumers d. using processes that make products as safe or as durable as their design specification call for e. all of the above are valid
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