Long run adjustments

The resources of a firm in the long run which has consistently suffered economic losses are probably to: (i) move into a more profitable industry. (ii) share losses equal to the firm’s fixed costs. (iii) be merged into a firm along with better management. (iv) generate lower incomes than comparable resources in other industries. (v) differentiate their products through advertising.

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