This chapter examines the strategies firms have used to exploit and enhance their competitive advantage by crossing borders. It begins with corporate strategies for entering and existing countries. It then turns to collaborative strategies with other firms. Finally, the role of subsidiaries in the evolutions of multinationals is considered.
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