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Magazine articles on conducting business in European countries.
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The Motley Fool
August 10, 2007
Kristin Graham
Turkey's Turmoil Doesn't Slow Turkcell Turkish mobile phone company Turkcell experienced a strong quarter despite some economic instability in Turkey. Currently holding about 60% of the market, there is, however, increasing competition from other carriers, making the next quarters much less certain. mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
August 20, 2007
Jack Ewing
European Banks' Last Laugh (Extended) European lenders tend to keep the risk in-house, so they're more careful about who borrows. Home buyers take on a lot less debt. mark for My Articles 1767 similar articles
Bank Systems & Technology
July 27, 2007
Maria Bruno-Britz
Deutsche Bank's Harold Young Predicts SEPA Opportunities Single Euro Payments Area, or SEPA, will open new doors to differentiation and payments standards for banks. mark for My Articles 144 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 7, 2007
Dave Mock
Foolish Forecast: Deutsche Telekom Under Repair The German telecom is set to report its second-quarter earnings. Investors, here is what you can expect to find. mark for My Articles 199 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 6, 2007
Richard Van Noorden
Stakes Raised for ICI Dutch chemicals company Akzo Nobel has raised its potential offer for Britain's Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) to 8 billion pounds (670p per share). mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
Home Theater
August 6, 2007
Illegal P2P Rampant in U.K. Despite the fact that U.K. residents are among the world's steadiest CD buyers, apparently they're also among the world's most avid illegal downloaders. mark for My Articles 142 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 6, 2007
Timothy M. Otte
Unilever Rolls Through Q2 The Dutch consumer-products company reports solid quarterly results. Investors, take note. mark for My Articles 319 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 6, 2007
Seth Jayson
Lafarge: The Latest Retreat On the heels of snazzy-looking operating results, the cement giant announced that it would no longer keep its ADRs, because trade in these shares typically amounts to a paltry 1% of its total volume. mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 3, 2007
Holmes Osborne
Tesco: The British Are Coming! The British supermarket powerhouse expands to the States. This could be an appealing long-term hold for investors. mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
August 13, 2007
Eamon Javers
I Spy--For Capitalism Trident may be the only U.S. corporate-intelligence firm staffed by ex-KGB agents. mark for My Articles 216 similar articles
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