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Successful management in developing countries.

Douglas W. Foster

Successful management in developing countries.

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Published by Orient Longman in [s.l.] .
Written in English


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developing countries, then goes on to evaluate the costs associated with implementing the measures covered by the TFA. It proceeds to explain the role of the Trade Facilitation Agreement Facility in meeting the challenges of implementation and to review the key success factors identified in previous trade facilitation reforms.


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