[solved] In which one of the following circumstances is entering a new foreign country market via internal startup of a new subsidiary unlikely to be as attractive as acquiring a local business?

When a company has little knowledge of the strategies local rivals are employing

When adding new production capacity will not adversely impact the supply-demand balance in the local market

When a startup subsidiary can quickly be infused with the resources and capabilities needed to achieve the cost structure and competitive strength to battle local rivals 

When a company already operates in a number of countries and has experience in getting new subsidiaries up and running and overseeing their operations

When acquiring a local business may be the quickest, least risky, and most cost-efficient means of hurdling entry barriers

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02-10-22 | 17:13:10

correct answer:
When acquiring

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