Commercial Espionage: 79 Ways Competitors Can Get Any Business Secrets in Any Country

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Global Connection, 1997 - Business & Economics - 145 pages

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Commercial espionage: 79 ways competitors can get any business secrets in any country

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Attorney Parad reports that commercial espionage costs the United States $100 billion each year, and his slim volume seeks to inform the unwary in an attempt to stem that tide. In the first third of ... Read full review

Contents

Information Brokers
16
Scientific Presentations
17
OldFashioned Theft
18
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Parad, an American attorney with extensive engineering experience in Europe and the United States, is the principal in a civil lititgation firm.

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