Inertia versus pressure

Business English Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #179 [color=blue]“Entrepreneurship”, question 3

Initiating a new business involves considerable risk, as well as an effort to overcome all the against innovative ideas.

(a) attitude
(b) inertia
© pressure
(d) protest

Business English Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #179 [color=blue]“Entrepreneurship”, answer 3

Initiating a new business involves considerable risk, as well as an effort to overcome all the inertia against innovative ideas.

Correct answer: (b) inertia
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Hello:
Why cannot we use the word pressure in this sentense?

Please help me!
jincdong

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Although old or conservative people may be against change, such an attitude hardly exists in the world of commerce.

Attitude, pressure or protest against change, therefore is a very minor concern for the entrepreneur-- or no concern at all. On the other hand, inertia– the simple indisposition to motion or exertion-- in such areas as re-tooling production, worker re-training, etc is a fact which the entrepreneur must seriously consided.
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