Chopstick, a restaurant based in Los Angeles, is well-known for its authentic Japanese
delicacies, its traditional Japanese ambience, and its respectful staff. Los Angeles's high
population of Asian-American citizens, who prefer Japanese cuisine, has strongly
contributed to Chopstick's success. Chopstick has a competitive advantage because of:
A. company strategy, structure and rivalry.
B. favorable demand conditions.
C. related and supporting industries.
D. favorable factor conditions.
Which of the following situational influences provides additional depth to a description