Perceptions of the effects of freer-trade between U.S. and Canada on corporate strategies: a survey of presidents of the top 300 Canadian industrial firms
University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 1988 - Business planning - 380 pages
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THE ROLE OF BUSINESS IN GOVERNMENT
A Comparison of the U S and Canadian
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