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Cross-border competition

1. How can a country's sustainable development policy become a critical factor for the success or failure of any given project?
2. Which are the main consequences of cross-border competition and regulatory cooperation in the transatlantic marketplace?
3. While in the host country, how do I address potential problems related to a dual-use widget produced for export?

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1. How can a country's sustainable development policy become a critical factor for the success or failure of any given project?

First of all we need to talk about the core of sustainable development policies. The aim of these policies is to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. For example most of the times environmental considerations have to be entrenched in economic decision-making. A dam construction project may be canceled to protect wetlands and ecosystem or a historical statue can effect the location of a large shopping center project. Briefly firms need to consider the requirements of better economic development, social development, and environmental protection and melt them in the same pot before taking any action in their ...

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The solution discusses cross border competition. The main consequences of cross border competition and regulatory cooperation in the transatlantic marketplace is determined.

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