Global warning from North East

Armstrong, John
March 1999
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Mar/Apr99, Issue 14, p10
Academic Journal
Describes a regional economic development strategy to improve the competitiveness of businesses in the North East England. Accomplishments under the Regional Competitiveness Project; Use of benchmarking tools; Delivery of support services to small and medium-sized enterprises; Services provided by members of the regional export Forum. INSET: Factor X (report by British Quality Foundation)..


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