What Americans are good at--networking

Finneran, Michael
November 1994
Business Communications Review;Nov94, Vol. 24 Issue 11, p68
Trade Publication
Highlights the American's ability at communications networking. Attributes of the networking business; Commendation of craft people; Effect of the acceptance of foreign and female brainpower; Role of competition and infrastructure.


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