One World--Ready or Not

February 1999
New Zealand Management;Feb1999, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p40
Discusses globalization which is a result of trade liberalization. Driving forces behind globalization; Information on the global crisis; Insights in managing the global future; Elements of the global marketplace.


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