Absolute advantage


a business situation in which a provider of goods or services is more profitable or efficient than all of its compet-tors, by having a smaller total input per unit of output
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historical examples

the comrade who does not play billiards will, sooner or later, get an absolute advantage over you.
the golden censer john mcgovern

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