A retail seller of handmade rugs has decided that it makes more economic sense to switch from purchasing rugs from a supplier in Kuwait to several others that are located in Greece. Not only is it less expensive for her to buy rugs of comparable quality from the Greek suppliers, the shipping costs to her store in England are considerably less.
Which of the following, if true, most strengthens the decision made by the retail seller?
(A) The stock of rugs available to the seller in Greece is slightly larger than the stock available in Kuwait.
(B) Most of the seller’s customers prefer to know the source of the rugs they purchase.
(C) The seller profitably sold rugs from Greece during a time when it was difficult to buy any goods from Kuwait.
(D) Each of the Greek suppliers know that the others are also selling rugs to the seller.
(E) The Kuwaiti supplier has promised to discount the cost of the rugs if the seller agrees to increase the number of purchases she makes each year by 20%.
A retail seller of handmade rugs has decided that it makes more economic sense to switch from purchasing rugs from a
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