Inference From Passage
One of the greatest advantages a company has over its competitors is a system of distribution and product support, i.e., the dealer network. Dealers play a vital role in helping a company build and maintain close relationships with customers and gain insights into how they can improve their products and services to fulfill customer needs. And a company can achieve customer loyalty through dealer loyalty. Therefore, it must make efforts to build their competence, for more effective performance. Dealers who are long established members of a company can get close to customers, but to tap the full potential of such dealers, a company must forge extremely close ties with them and integrate them into its critical business systems. When treated this way dealers can serve as a source of market intelligence, as proxies for customers, as consultants and the dealers. Although these investments take the usual form of money, it also includes softer aspects such as training and development.
The company should insist dealer loyalty to the extent that the dealer will not sell similar products of any other company.
A If you think the inference is ‘definitely true’;
B If you think the inference is ‘probably true’ though not definitely true in the light of the facts given;
C If the data given is inadequate i.e., from the fact given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or false;
D If you think the inference is ‘probably false’ though not definitely false in the light of facts given; and
E If the inference is ‘definitely false’ i.e., it contradicts the given facts.