Doing Business in Eastern Europe: Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia
Published to coincide with a BBC2 TV series, this book is part of a series which looks at the information that business managers need to operate successfully abroad, in this case in Eastern Europe. Among the topics covered in the book are privatization and the pluses and minuses of investment.
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