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    Benefit,Costs,Drawbacks of NO AGREEMENT in Negotiations

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    Please identify the benefit, costs and drawbacks of a NO AGREEMENT situation for negotiation.

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    The costs, drawbacks and benefits of a NO AGREEMENT situation for negotiation depend if you are the buyer or seller. If you are the seller, the primary cost of a NO AGREEMENT situation is you lose the sale. Your cost would be the lost revenue and the difficulty of replacing the customer with another. Furthermore, there might be internal and external political ramifications you and your company might suffer as a result of the stalemate. The seller may lose commission, the company revenue and profit; soft costs include loss of face and an unfavorable reputation.

    The buyer's cost of a NO AGREEMENT include the cost ...

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    This solution identifys the benefit, costs and drawbacks of a NO AGREEMENT situation for negotiation. Example and APA reference are given.

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