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Vertical integration in Grand Strategy Selection Matrix

 

Acquisition of firms that supply inputs such as raw materials, or customers for its outputs, such as ware-houses for finished products. One reasonable solution is vertical integration, which enables the firm to reducing uncertainly about inputs or access to customers. Another is conglomerate diversification, which provides a profitable investment alternative with diverting management attention from the original business.

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