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    Nov 12

    6) The sixth aim of the right of integration is the appearance of greater competition in the market, thus is clear that the prices tend to lower. 7) Sptimo aim of the right of integration is reduccin of the costs because the production on scale and in the same some fixed costs stay. For example in a warehouse if he is but great it is going to maintain the hiring of the same amount of watchmen. The eighth aim of the right of integration is to look for the large-scale production, to reduce the production costs and consequently to reduce the sale prices to the pblico, the wholesalers or the distributors. Having developed the aims of the right of integration, it is that now we have slight knowledge but clear on the integration process and consequently is clear that we can continue with our investigation with majors judgment elements. 6.

    DANGER OF INTEGRATION In integration all are not benefits, but tambin exists dangers, that it is necessary to study. It constitutes this soothes to study the dangers of integration. The dangers of integration are the following: 1) That they break and they leave the market some econmicos agents. Nevertheless, it is clear that although is certain that they are reduced to jobs tambin is certain that they increase the jobs in the companies that remain in the market because it increases to his production and/or its sales. For example if two companies compete in the market that are the company To and the B company and the company To bankruptcy, it is certain that the workers who remain without work they can work in the B company, as long as the two companies are located in the same state, pas or nacin, but this is not as since the competition that we are studying comes from another state or nacin or pas almost always.

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