Why you should think twice before buying a car!?

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Imagine this! You just went to buy a car from a dealer. You got your specifications met and have just purchased it. You feel great while driving back. But suddenly, the car just stopped working. You get out to see what happened. To your dismay, you see there is a massive oil leak. You look around and see that the leakage area has rust written all over it. And now you feel bad. Well let me tell you, you just have become a victim of what we call in Economics, Adverse Selection.

Imagine the scenes when you buy a car!
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Economics Behind: Apple’s struggle in India.

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I have a question for all my readers. What do you look out for while buying a new smartphone? I bet at least 50% of us will say that they look out for the price of a smartphone. This is especially prevalent in the Indian market which ranks on the higher side of price sensitivity. There is no doubt that India’s economy is one of the fastest-growing in the world. But, with a potential of 1.3 billion consumers, why is Apple struggling in India?

Cool right, I wish I was good at photography like that!!
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Economics behind: Up sale!

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To all the readers here, I have only one question for you. Have you ever wondered, why you buy more than you intend to? The truth is, you are a victim of something called as up-sale. Simply put, up-sale is where the sellers encourage the consumers to buy more. What happens here is that the consumers are indirectly pressured to buy the better product. This in-turn will lead them to spend more and the producers to earn more.

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