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    Businesses selected: Laundry Detergent.
    Assume the business operates in market where the nature of competition is described as "monopolistic competition".

    Identify the factors of production (economic resources including natural, human and financial resources), and for each factor of production give an example of what might be needed to operate that business;
    And explain how that factor could be used to give the business a competitive advantage.

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    The major factors of production include land and building, machinery/technology to manufacture laundry detergent, human resources, financial resources or capital.

    For example, land is required to construct the building and building is required to install the machinery to manufacture the detergent. Technology needs to be implemented to manufacture using latest possible techniques. Similarly, workers are required to ...

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    Assume the business operates in market where the nature of competition is described as "monopolistic competition".

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