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Do Japanese buyers learn? : a longitudinal study of Japanese MNE's subcontracting with Australian suppliers / Stephen Nicholas and William Purcell
Bib ID 1262612
Format BookBook
Author
Nicholas, Stephen
 
Description Parkville, Vic. : Australian Centre for International Business, 1998 
22 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0734015844
Series

Discussion paper (Australian Centre for International Business) ; no. 2.

Notes

"October 1998"

Bibliography: p. 20-22.

Subjects Investments, Japanese -- Australia.  |  Japan -- Commerce -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Purcell, W. R. (William Raymond)  |  Australian Centre for International Business

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