Doing Business in Mexico
Organized in a question-and-answer format, this text provides practical, ground-level advice gathered from both entrepreneurs and large firms who have been doing business in Mexico. It includes case examples, Internet addresses, cultural tips and other helpful information.
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GETTING TO KNOW THE MEXICAN PEOPLE
THE POLITICS OF MEXICAN BUSINESS
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