creating a unique identity, or simply making the product the best it can be. For example, if an airline has a unique blue-and-white-striped cabin, then the airline can charge extra for a seat with their logo in the middle. Or if their new car has a new design and color scheme, it can be charged extra for a different color-coordinated interior or the model that has a unique logo.
This is why the same companies have in the past been able to charge you extra for their products, and why some people have gone so far as to sue their companies for this sort of thing. However, in a monopolistic competitive industry, firms can also try to differentiate their products by using their unique identity or creating a product that is only for those who have a unique identity.
To some extent, it’s not the product or the logo that matters but the value that the product has to the consumer. However, if the product itself is of such an extraordinary quality or if it’s unique, then it is worth paying a premium.
It’s the value that matters. In some cases you might be able to charge more than the value of the product itself, but not in all cases. For example, if a new car is the only luxury car in town, then the car is worth more than its premium value, so it may be worth trying to get it to fit the “value” into the price.
If you are a luxury car dealer, then a luxury car is more valuable than the premium value of the car itself. In this case, the luxury car dealer might try to charge more than the premium value to make the car worth more than the premium value of the car itself, so the dealer has taken advantage of the value of the car to charge a premium.
The price of a luxury car can be extremely high. It’s the price of a car that comes in at $35 and is still worth about $100 for a car that costs $35. The luxury car dealer might try to charge more than $35 to make a car that costs $50, but nobody knows that.
The luxury car dealer might try to charge more than 35 to make a car that costs 50, but nobody knows that.
A company is the company that you can pay $1,000 for if you can buy 2,000 cars. The product is the car itself, so the company that you buy it from is the company that makes it. A company will try to charge a higher price if they think there is a big difference between the two, but nobody knows if this is actually the case.
This is not just a case of companies trying to make a higher profit. Some companies have a very strong monopoly in their specific industry. If it is a well-monopolized industry, the only way for the prices to change is if the competition changes the product. For example, if there are more people in a very small community who want to buy a certain item at a certain price, but there is only 1 person in town willing to buy it at that price, then prices can change.
If it’s a monopolized industry, the only way the prices can change is if the competition changes the product. For example, if there are more people in a very small community who want to buy a certain item at a certain price, but there is only 1 person in town willing to buy it at that price, then prices can change.