Doing Business with France
Kogan Page, 1998 - Business & Economics - 412 pages
This guide to French business practice provides a review of trade and investment opportunities. It details new government initiatives in employment, banking and finance, and gives a comprehensive analysis of trading and investment opportunities by both sector and region, showing that France can provide an ideal base for companies wishing to develop business across Europe. The topics covered include: political and economic overview; industrial analysis by sector; infrastructure and distribution; market potential; business culture; employment issues; banking and finance systems; auditing and accounting; mergers and acquisitions; and tax and legal issues.
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The System of National Government Roderick Millar Consultant
Comparison with Main Trading Partners INSEAD
French Companies and the Euro Conseil National du Patronat
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