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1. He was socked by the price war.
2. The price war is bringing the cost of flights down.
3. The past few months have witnessed a price war between leading supermarkets.
4. A vicious price war between manufacturers has cut margins to the bone.
5. A supermarket price war has led to lower profit margins.
6. The supermarket fired the first shot in a price war today.
7. A price war looks likely now that a leading supermarket has thrown down the gauntlet to its competitors.
8. A price war is not to be excluded.
9. Oil companies yesterday declared a gasoline price war, which should be reflected in lower inflation figures in future months.
10. The threat of a price war led to plunging shares for all the major players in the market.
11. The examination boards predicted a price war after one offered discounts in return for an exclusive deal with schools.
12. Jenny Craig and Weight Watchers will have a price war.
13. City analysts predict a price war in the telecommunications market.
14. The price war must be in the oligopolistic markets.
15. Bilateral price war still stimulated global PC sales volume.
16. The major supermarkets are involved in a price war.
17. Has a price war erupted in the industry?
18. They waged a price war.
19. There is a price war going on.
20. All the large supermarket chains are currently locked in a price war.
21. Ollero asserts that TransTools has not involved itself in the price war.
22. The inevitable result was over-capacity in the market place followed by a vicious price war.
23. Many independent petrol stations are expected to close because of the price war caused by tougher competition.
24. Others, like General Motors, have had to pull in their sails to weather the storm of a price war.
25. The caution was due to a dark cloud on Airtours' horizon: the rumour of a possible price war.sentencedict.com/price war.html
26. Us Inc. posted a 7 % increase in holiday sales despite a fierce price war among discount retailers.
27. Gas stations in the city are involved in a price war.
28. Essentially, the talks were hostile: Morgan used the threat of price war to force firms to sell out and merge.
29. The issue of how growing competition among online service providers might lead to a price war arose this year.
30. Time allowed 02:26 Read in studio Small garages in the region could be forced out of business in a new petrol price war.
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