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International risk perceptions and mode of entry: a case study of Malaysian multinational firms

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  • Ahmed, Zafar U.
  • Mohamad, Osman
  • Tan, Brian
  • Johnson, James P.

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  • Ahmed, Zafar U. & Mohamad, Osman & Tan, Brian & Johnson, James P., 2002. "International risk perceptions and mode of entry: a case study of Malaysian multinational firms," Journal of Business Research, Elsevier, vol. 55(10), pages 805-813, October.
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