Cover of: Cracking Eastern Europe | Allyn Enderlyn

About the Edition

With the tremendous business opportunities available in the Pacific Rim, it truly pays to become an "insider." Only with the most complete knowledge of these countries, their customs and business practices will you be given such profitable status. To seize these opportunities and more, authors Allyn Enderlyn and Oliver C. Dziggel have developed Cracking the Pacific Rim--a comprehensive resource for marketers of all products from every industry. Filled with information on approaching the markets, the investment climate, financing, the capital markets, licensing, patents, trademarks and all the details you'll need to carry out successful business ventures, this authoritative reference details every attractive opportunity available. Cracking the Pacific Rim outlines the common threads and unique features of: Japan, Hong Kong, Korea, the Philippines, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. Each country is profiled separately following a topical outline with in-depth coverage of market and socioeconomic demographics; policies to attract business; "hot" business opportunities; finance and politics; key business contacts and resources; and proper business interaction and etiquette. A map, brief history, geographical summary and key points are included for each country. Each chapter concludes with a listing of U.S. government and multilateral resources. And, finally, an exhaustive compendium of useful statistics is also provided.

Table of Contents

Albania
Bulgaria
Czechoslovakia
Germany (East)
Hungary
Poland
Romania
Yugoslavia.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
380.1094
Library of Congress
HF5415.12.E815 E52 1992

The Physical Object

Pagination
xxi, 385 p. :
Number of pages
385

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL18007518M
Internet Archive
crackingeasterne00ende
ISBN 10
1557382549
ISBN 13
9781557382542
OCLC/WorldCat
25909917
Goodreads
2223715
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