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Question about European vs American consumer strategy?

I’m just wondering how they are different.

It seems like Europe is more focused on uniting the market, and insuring consumer safety and satisfaction in all european countries.

Maybe America is more focused on increasing competitiveness than europe?

I’m having difficulty finding good sources on this.

Thanks for any info/ideas :)

1 year ago - 1 answers

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American businesses are more competitive, probably taxed less, and the consumers are usually more eager to satisfy impulse cravings on credit. It's probably due to the fact that almost anyone can start a business in the US but statistics show that around 90% of business start-ups here fail within the first few year.

1 year ago