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Industries consolidate faster when the share of fixed costs is high. Slow-moving industries are those with few physical assets, such as restaurants, craftsmen, and medical care. Industries moving at a medium speed include automotive, aluminum, and food. Fast-moving industries have the lowest variable costs and high asset intensity, such as software, telecom equipment, and search engines.

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