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, i « a socially shared set of beliefs about traits that are characteristic of members of a social category » ii « [COO research] has mainly studied the use of country of origin as a cognitive cue, ?, an informational stimulus about or relating to a product that is used by consumers to infer beliefs regarding product attributes such as quality