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Hind El Makrini

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First Name:Hind
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Last Name:El Makrini
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RePEc Short-ID:pel192
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18 avenue d'Italie appart 58. 63000 Clermont Ferrand
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Paris, France
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  1. Hind El Makrini & Ikram Cadimi & Emeline Martin, 2013. "The effects of customer and competitor orientations on export performance: An empirical study of Moroccan SMEs," Post-Print hal-00960501, HAL.
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