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Business, 17.06.2020 20:57, onlymyworld27

When using the competitive parity method to budgeting, the firm A. matches its percentage-of-sales expenditures with those of others in the market/industry. B. spends as much as it can. C. allocates some portion of planned sales for the period to advertising. D. spends the same total amount as its major competitors spend. E. bases its advertising and promotion expenditures on sales.

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