Increasing competition and the liberalisation of trade in Europe after 1992 means that British firms will face a difficult, if challenging, future. It will be essential to minimise fixed costs wherever possible. The failure to control such costs can result in bankruptcy. Ways of achieving cost minimisation are suggested and examples are given of companies where such a strategy has been successfully pursued.
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