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    A participle

    Afterward, Only high market retailers and chained business can be retained, leading to an overall higher selling price and less choices of shop to choose from.

    Is the underlined phrase "leading to" rightly used in the sentence?

    Thanks for rectification!!!
    Last edited by KSSEEJ; 29-Aug-2012 at 01:38.

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