October 2002
Brand Strategy;Oct2002, Issue 164, p39
Trade Publication
Comments on the implications of product and service price for buyer and seller relationships. Effect of lower prices on consumer loyalty; Assessment of price as an emotional subject according to marketers; Decline of fairness ratings among consumers in long-term relationships with companies.


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