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Magazine articles on conducting multinational business and trade.
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October 30, 2006
How This Tiger Got Its Roar Azim Premji transformed a peanut oil company in poverty-ridden India into a tech powerhouse. mark for My Articles 78 similar articles
November 1, 2006
David Blanchard
Census Of Manufacturers: Too Many Supply Chains Are Failing To Integrate As supply chains lengthen globally, companies need to focus on tying together their suppliers and customers. mark for My Articles 232 similar articles
November 1, 2006
David Blanchard
China's "Chuppies" Are Buying American Young Chinese consumers likely to buy U.S. products. mark for My Articles 394 similar articles
November 1, 2006
Jonathan Katz
Election Outcome Could Stall Trade Talks The Bush administration's success in passing trade agreements could end if Democrats win the House. mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
October 18, 2006
Nesting Instinct Nest, a new nonprofit shopping site, provides interest-free loans to women in developing countries who are trying to start their own businesses. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
October 17, 2006
Roy Mark
International Recording Industry Hits File Sharers Illegal peer-to-peer file sharers are facing more than 8,000 copyright infringement lawsuits in 17 countries, according to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry. mark for My Articles 176 similar articles
Fast Company
October 2006
Josie Swindler
No Loose Screws A new model for local business development in developing countries. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
October 16, 2006
Ed Sutherland
NEC Sells European PC Business NEC has left the European PC business. The Japanese-based company said Monday it sold Packard Bell to a former co-founder of eMachines. mark for My Articles 55 similar articles
October 13, 2006
Michael Hickins
New Vista on Life: Microsoft Bends For E.U., Korea Microsoft thinks it has changed Vista sufficiently to satisfy European and Korean regulators. mark for My Articles 405 similar articles
October 23, 2006
Jason Bush
Lukoil: It's Russian For "Fill 'Er Up" Lukoil, Russia's top oil producer, has opened new gas stations, part of a U.S. expansion aimed at making its red-and-white logo an international icon and catapulting the company into the ranks of global oil giants. mark for My Articles 116 similar articles
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