Ouverture de 'Over-Supply and Global Markets - 2'
Globalisation and over-supplied markets impose new behaviour to achieve stable performance, with corporate strategies based on: downsizing, networking, merging, development of intangibles. Global markets redefine competition space (market-space competition) and assert global managerial economics which interfaces with a competition space where markets are open and highly permeable to information; trade conditions development with an active role as intermediary on a global scale; and finally, companies Ðmanufacturing, commercial and retailÐ grow with networking models.
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