We have a portfolio of more than 40 drug products. Most of our products are leaders on the Russian market.
Is this on the correct choice of a preposition?
Would in work as well?
We have a portfolio of more than 40 drug products. Most of our products are leaders in the Russian market.
According to the answer to this question, in might be inappropriate. I wonder if it still can be used.
On the one hand, these products are there to be sold, so it should be on. On the other, we are comparing them with competitors' products, so it should be in. I'm a bit confused.
Now that I thought of it more, I favor in. It's such a hazy issue for me.