Políticas corporativas en México: el caso de la Compañía Telefónica Mexicana, 1881-1911
[Corporate strategy in Mexico: the case of Compañía Telefónica Mexicana, 1881-1911]
AbstractSince its inception in Mexico City the Mexican Telephone Company tried to deal with a budding market in an organized way. to do so it used several methods and approaches, including monopy pricing, suing potential competitors for patent violations, and controling the supply of technology. This essay intends to analyze the Mexican Telephone Company's corporate policies in Mexico City during the Porfirian Age (1881-1911)
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Date of creation: 01 Oct 2001
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Mexico; telephone; American Bell; corporate policies; city council;
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