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Many entrepreneurial organizations have established partnerships in other countries (i.e., Toyota in the United States, Nike in Thailand, etc.).

What do entrepreneurial organizations need to consider when entering into partnerships with foreign governments?
What do organizations need to consider before formalizing the foreign relationships?
How do organizations prepare their organizations for such a venture?

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What do entrepreneurial organizations need to consider when entering into partnerships with foreign governments?

The main consideration is how the partnership will affect their main operating activities. Questions that should be addressed include how the partnership will enhance the business. The business entering into the foreign partnership should conduct a comprehensive analysis to determine what risks are ...

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Many entrepreneurial organizations have established partnerships in other countries (i.e., Toyota in the United States, Nike in Thailand, etc.).

What do entrepreneurial organizations need to consider when entering into partnerships with foreign governments?
What do organizations need to consider before formalizing the foreign relationships?
How do organizations prepare their organizations for such a venture?

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