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Korean Enterprise: The Quest for Globalization
Overview
In the 1960s, Korea embarked on an ambitious program of economic development. By the 1980s, the pace of development had accelerated, and Korean companies were beginning to shed their reputation as second-rate, low-tech producers. In the 1990s, strate...

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5/1/1997
Hardcover, Unabridged
Harvard Business Review Press
Political Science
272
9780875846309
0875846300
3.55" H x 9.48" L x 6.49" W
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Korean Enterprise: The Quest for Globalization

Korean Enterprise: The Quest for Globalization

Hardcover
Gerardo R. Ungson; Richard M. Steers; Seung-ho Park
Harvard Business Review Press