Exporting U.S. Standards to Underdeveloped Countries

Shearer, John C.
February 1965
Monthly Labor Review;Feb65, Vol. 88 Issue 2, p145
Academic Journal
Focuses on the business operations of American companies in underdeveloped countries. Problems in formulating and implementing viable industrial relations policies; Important factors in the success of overseas operations.


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