A competitor has developed and introduced a superior product that is less expensive to manufacture. Precision worldwide must decide whether the product of the competition, when doing this, and how to price, since it correspond to a large inventory of its inferior product now holds.

A competitor has developed and introduced a superior product that is less expensive to manufacture. Precision worldwide must decide whether the product of the competition, when doing this, and how to price, since it correspond to a large inventory of its inferior product now holds.
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William J. Bruns Jr.
Source: HBS Premier Case Collection
3 pages.
Release Date: 22 May 1997. Prod #: 197103-PDF-ENG
Precision Worldwide, Inc. HBR case solution

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