Don't get burned by hot new markets

Solomon, Charlene Marmer
January 1998
Workforce (10928332);Jan98 Supplement Global Workforce, Vol. 77, p12
Offers tips for personnel management in evaluating proposed new locations for United States-based businesses' foreign direct investments. Participation in a business analysis of proposed locations; Assessing the quality and availability of the local labor force; Evaluation of the proposed region's laws and regulations.


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