International Business in China
Multinationals in Latin America
Edited By Lane Kelley, Oded Shenkar
March 25, 1993
International Business in China looks at the inner workings of business in China. Each sector is explored in detail against the broader cultural context and regional variations. Throughout, the focus is on the political changes which have taken place in recent years and how this has affected ...
By Robert Grosse
July 06, 1989
Multinational enterprises are particularly strong in Latin America and sensitive to political and economic changes there - the currently emerging debt crisis is likely to have far-ranging effects. This book considers multinationals in Latin America, both those from inside and those from outside ...
By Roger Strange
July 29, 1993
Japanese manufacturing investment in the European Community has grown dramatically over the last twenty years. At first, instances of investment were few, concentrated in a small number of industrial sectors. But since the mid-1980's there has been a surge of investment in a much wider range of ...
By Nagesh Kumar
March 22, 1990
Multinational enterprises play a vital role in the economic activity of most developing countries. In India MNE affiliates dominate whole sectors of industry - such as plastics and pharmaceuticals - characterised by a high degree of product differentiation, complex technology and high skill ...