SC public companies
A, C –> eliminated because of ‘ compete aginst’
B–> eliminated because of ‘should’ ( doubt : is ‘should’ only used in moral suggestions ? Reference : Manhattan SC)
D –> if they are to be…. , Private companies have to need… : wrong construction
Yes Sai.. we can expect compete with in Gmat, but not compete against. Compete with can be used when the intention is to survive against the odd not to sack out anyone :). Please confirm.
Also, I am posting this on 1st Nov 2014 8:53PM , but the time of your last login is 2nd Nov 2014 6:48AM. You are goddamn ahead of time! 😛