The market for Japanese ODA; Strategies for success

Dellovade, Denise
October 1993
Business America;10/4/93, Vol. 114 Issue 20, p8
Trade Publication
Presents guidelines for business strategies for market opportunities under the Japanese Official Development Assistance (ODA) that may lead to substantial gains for American firms. ODA structure; Key to winning contracts; Guide to procuring contracts; Working within the Japanese system; American firms' focus on working in coordination with Japanese companies. INSET: Useful contacts for information on ODA..


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