tiff or stiff competiton
pleasse advice what how can i describe the market by saying tiff competition or stiff competiion.
In general Kuwait is fluctuating market, as always all our customers keep complaining about the business and the tiff competition.
'Stiff competition' is the phrase you want. 'Tiff' is a word, but not one that would be used in this context.
There are some other errors in the sentence, and I have made corrections. The phrase '...keep complaining about the business...' is unclear because the business is not specified. I don't know exactly what you are trying to say, so I left it alone. Try to be more specific about which business is the cause of the complaints.
In general, Kuwait is a fluctuating market, and our customers keep complaining about the business and the stiff competition.
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