Emerging Markets

Emerging Markets

Lessons for Business Success and the Outlook for Different Markets

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What businesses need to understand and do in order to be successful in emerging markets Using the real experiences of companies wherever possible to illustrate the points it makes, this book is aimed at both managers who are involved in entering emerging markets for the first time and managers who are already operating in them. It will serve as a guide on how to avoid mistakes other companies have made and how to detect weaknesses in current emerging market strategies. It looks at: * Why successful companies often fail in emerging markets * The need to manage expectations and for thoroughness * Assessing political risk and the economic environment * Getting the corporate structure right * Issues concerning acquisitions and joint ventures * Making the most of tax and other incentives * Market research challenges and marketing dilemmas * Reaching the local market * Human resources - myths and realities * Dealing with crime and corruption * Ethical issues and corporate social responsibility
Publisher: London : Economist,2004
London : Economist,2004
ISBN: 9781861974082
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource (vii, 216 pages)
Additional Contributors: Thorniley, Daniel 1955-


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