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True tomato inc. makes organic ketchup. to promote its products, this firm decided to make bottles in the shape of tomatoes. to accomplish this, true tomato worked with its bottle manufacture to create a set of unique molds for its bottles. which of the following specialized assets does this example demonstrate? (a) site specificity (b) research specificity (c) physical-asset specificity (d) human-asset specificity

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