I am confused, not sure if I should use "the" in the following sentence. Also cater or cater for. And, is it better to use simple past rather than present perfect tense in the following?
[The renowned/ Renowned] (could be used with either term , probably used more often without the article, especially in the news media) jewelry brand Tiffany has also chosen to [cater/ cater for] (I would use "cater to") [the local/ local] (either, but I would use without the article) [tastes/taste] (taste) and has focused on engagement jewelry rather than sliver in China.
Anthony the learner
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