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What are the primary driving forces in the U. S. fast food industry in 2004?

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Read business articles or newspapers in that year. You will likely find that competition was the main ingredient. The companies were differentiating their products by adding many different types, advertising healthy ones, etc. Price was important to squeeze out profits too.

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