Strategic decisions for the Romanian exporters
AbstractThis paper explores some particularities of the strategic decisions adopted by the Romanian exporters. We use four case studies in which there are presented such decisions. We conclude that in the actual complex context for the export activity the adaptation capacity is a key factor of success.
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Date of creation: 02 Oct 2010
Date of revision: 10 Feb 2012
Romanian exporters; Strategic decisions; Domestic markets;
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