East-West Business Relations: Establishment and Development, Issue 4
As the political and ideological atmospheres in Central and Eastern Europe have recently changed and entered a transition period, a need has arisen for new models for the formation, development, and establishment of East-West business relationships. East-West Business Relationships is a dynamic work offering a two-dimensional sample--of both the companies and their countries--of East-West Business relations.
The book covers topics including joint ventures, relationship marketing, networks, and export behavior. It offers new insights into East-West business relations by:
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