TITLE

4. MACRO-ACCESSIBILITY IN AUSTRALIA: 4.8. SELLING FACTORS AND TECHNIQUES BEST SUITED TO THE LOCAL CULTURE

PUB. DATE
January 2004
SOURCE
Hospitals in Australia: A Strategic Reference, 2004;2004, p182
SOURCE TYPE
Industry Profile
DOC. TYPE
Industry Overview
ABSTRACT
Chapter 4.8 of the book "Hospitals in Australia: A Strategic Reference, 2004" is presented. It explores the proposed selling techniques used in export marketing for various products and services in Australia. It also highlights the basic market factors of supply and demand applied in product pricing since the country is a free enterprise economy.
ACCESSION #
22788478

 

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