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Global value chains have been casualties — and life savers — in protectionist times

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By joining geographically-based industry clusters, small and medium-sized firms can access the “people and pipelines” necessary for international trade

Developing countries that strengthen intellectual property rights attract a greater variety of imports in patent-intensive industries

Business success in China requires an understanding of the social ties underpinning B2B and B2G relationships

Tougher laws in China are aimed at making food safety scandals a thing of the past. But the real answer lies in more effective supply chain management

The Land of the Rising Sun once again looks promising to foreign investors. Where are the opportunities and what can you learn from Western managers who have mastered Japanese business culture?

On Edinburgh's Royal Mile, a search for Harris Tweed reveals the confident touch of the invisible hand

Firms’ international behaviour is often shaped by their home country. What does this mean for setting global standards and being socially responsible?

Doing Business During Interesting Times
60-minutesThursday, April 16, 2015 - 1:00pm
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Firms involved in anti-dumping trade cases may be massaging the books

Multicultural teams are particularly vulnerable to misunderstandings and distrust. A new Master of International Business course will show how to draw out inspiration from diversity

The Chinese tend to ignore strangers and be intensely loyal to friends, so you’ll want to do business in China with friends. Here’s the art of relationship management in the Middle Kingdom

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