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  author={Danjuma Tali Nimfa and Uzir Hossain Uzir and Livinus Nkuri Maimako and Bilal Eneizan and Ahmad and Shaharudin Abdul Latiff and Sazali Abdul Wahab},
Supported by the dynamic capabilities theory of the firm, this study considered innovation competitive advantage, product quality, and technology adoption as the core dynamic capabilities of manufacturing SMEs. The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of two components of innovation competitive advantage, that is, customer preference and strategic business model, on product quality for sustainable growth among SMEs. It also examined the mediating effect of technology adoption on… 
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