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    to find a new lease

    Can you help me with this sentence-
    Prducts that have reached the saturation stage in one market may find a new lease on life in other countries
    1) saturation stage means the the product has reached its maturity
    2)" find a new lease"means to introduce this product in onother country
    Is this right?
    thanks


    and what does it mean
    percentage of repear order in connection with an process benchmark

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    Re: to find a new lease

    saturation- that market has no room for further expansion
    find a new lease of life = enjoy success and growth again
    repear- looks like an error to me

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