U.S. firms doing business in Germany are succeeding far better than usually reported. Indeed, 14 of the 1, 400 American companies with direct investment in Germany placed among the top 100 German industrial firms in sales in 1994, a fact that made big news in Germany but was never mentioned in the U.S. press. Here now, in one succinct, readable volume, international lawyer James A. Hart and his coauthor, attorney Dieter Schultze-Zeu, provide vital information that American firms, and firms elsewhere, will need to enter and succeed in the lucrative German market. The result is an exceptionally useful guide for corporate executives and their attorneys, and a cogent introduction to the German business environment for students, researchers, and analysts in the academic community.GM has decided to use Opel to spearhead its expansion into intemational car markets outside of the United States. ... Opel is assembling its Astra in Hungary, Taiwan, South Africa, and Turkey and has planned such facilities in Poland, India , anbsp;...
|Title||:||U.S. Business and Today's Germany|
|Author||:||James A. Hart, Dieter Schultze-Zeu|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1995-01-01|