Strategic alliances

Dodge, David D.; Salahuddin, Mobashir A.
January 1998
Business & Economic Review;Jan-Mar98, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p18
Academic Journal
Offers information about strategic alliances and how such alliances can help companies advance. Benefits of alliances for businesses; Companies that have formed successful alliances; Case of PHT Services Ltd.'s foray into strategic alliances; Strategic planning of alliances.


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