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Capability transfer in the Pacific Rim nations: the case of Japanese electrical and electronics firms



Capability transfer in the Pacific Rim nations: the case of Japanese electrical and electronics firms



International journal of technology management = Journal international de la gestion technologique0(7-8): 732-746




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