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The impact of country-of-origin cues on consumer perceptions of product quality: A binational test of the decomposed country-of-origin construct

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  • Insch, Gary S. & McBride, J. Brad, 2004. "The impact of country-of-origin cues on consumer perceptions of product quality: A binational test of the decomposed country-of-origin construct," Journal of Business Research, Elsevier, vol. 57(3), pages 256-265, March.
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