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1. We typically focus on firms from well-developed economies entering markets of less developed economies. Do firms from less developed economies have a chance of success if they enter developed markets such as the United States?

2. What competitive advantage could a firm from a less developed economy rely on in entering developed markets?

3. What would likely be the best entry mode?

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Yes, the firms less developed economies also have a major chance of success if they enter developed markets such as United States, as long as they are competitive enough and provide strong value proposition, unique products/services and maintain strong competitive advantage in the extremely competitive business environment of developed nations.

Some of the major competitive advantages that a firm from less developed economy can rely on in entering developed markets include ...

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We typically focus on firms from well-developed economies entering markets of less developed economies. Do firms from less developed economies have a chance of success if they enter developed markets such as the United States?

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