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Magazine articles on conducting multinational business and trade.
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November 1, 2006
David Blanchard
Just In Time -- How Level Is Your Playing Field? If you believe Congress is to blame for manufacturing's woes, then vote accordingly. mark for My Articles 288 similar articles
Information Today
October 9, 2006
Susanne Bjorner
Google Library Project Expands to Spain The Universidad Complutense Madrid has become the first library in continental Europe and in a non-English speaking country to join the 2-year-old Google Book Search program. mark for My Articles 745 similar articles
October 6, 2006
Roy Mark
Hackers Target Commerce Dept. Computers Chinese hackers are deviling the U.S. Department of Commerce, forcing the agency to replace workstations and bar employee use of the Internet from their own work computers. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
The Motley Fool
October 6, 2006
Nathan Parmelee
The Dirty Side of BRIC How likely is a company operating outside of its home country to grease the skids with a little extra cash? Investors, all of the BRIC countries -- Brazil, Russia, India and China -- are famous for side deals, not honoring contracts, and other unsavory behaviors. mark for My Articles 107 similar articles
Bank Systems & Technology
September 30, 2006
Maria Bruno-Britz
PULSE and LINK ATM Networks Enter Reciprocal Use Agreement The PULSE EFT Association, a leading ATM/debit network in the United States, and the LINK Interchange Network, the operator of the U.K. cash machine network, entered into a reciprocal agreement in which members will be allowed to access each network's machines while traveling within both nations. mark for My Articles 216 similar articles
October 16, 2006
Cristopher Palmeri
One More Reason Prices Are Falling Floating oil factories allow tankers to load at sea, avoiding political instability and saving billions. mark for My Articles 359 similar articles
October 1, 2006
Tom Leander
View from Asia The spectacle of China's major cities can blind a visitor to the rest of the country. Certainly, the current generation of foreign entrepreneurs would not be the first who failed to understand the impact of rural poverty on China as a whole. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
October 9, 2006
Peter Coy
One World, Two Blueprints "Making Globalization Work" gives a creative look at how globalization can improve the lot of poor nations. mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
October 9, 2006
David Kiley
Hot Asian Cars, Designed In Detroit Toyota and others are hiring as Motown fast becomes an engineering mecca. mark for My Articles 775 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
October 2006
Susan Karlin
Shaman, Bless This Lab For engineers moving into management positions, overseas postings are often key to ascending corporate ladders. The most successful will be those who can most readily adjust to local business norms. Here's how to cross the cultural divide when working overseas. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
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