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The twin internationalisation strategies of U.S. carmakers: GM and Ford

  • Gérard Bordenave (IFReDE-E3i)
  • Yannick Lung (IFReDE-E3i)

The paper analyses Ford and GM\'s globalisation strategies. He discusses the convergence regarding the integration of European and North-American activities, as well as in the changing economical and geographical firms\' boundaries. This paper is part of the GERPISA research programme \"Internationalisation of the auto industry: between globalisation and regionalisation\"

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Paper provided by Equipe Industries Innovation Institutions, Université Bordeaux IV, France in its series Working Papers with number 2002-1.

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Handle: RePEc:iii:wpeiii:2002-1
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