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... <p>Industrial buyers categorise foreign countries according to their level of technological achievement and subsequently differentiate their perceptions of these countries accordingly. ... The following hypothesis is posited: <statement><label>Hypothesis 1</label> <p>Buyer preferences for companies are influenced by factors extrinsic to the firm attributable to, and determined by, country-of-origin effects.</p> </statement> </p> ...