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Gross, A. C. (). Failed Multinational Ventures-The Political Economy of International Divestments (Book Review). Journal of International Business Studies, 13(1), Cited by: 1. FAILED MULTINATIONAL VENTURES - THE POLITICAL-ECONOMY OF INTERNATIONAL DIVESTMENTS Andrew C. Gross, Cleveland State University This article was originally published in: Gross,A. C. (). Failed Multinational Ventures‐The Political Economy of InternationalDivestments (BookReview). Journal of International Business Studies, 13(1), ‐Cited by: 1. Gross, A. C. (). Failed Multinational Ventures-The Political Economy of International Divestments (Book Review). Journal of International Business Studies, 13(1), Failed multinational ventures: The political economy of international divestments.
Cite this article as: Gross, A. J Int Bus Stud () First Online 01 March ; DOI Cited by: 1. Companies that failed to stay afloat. The world of business can be a harsh one, and even some of the best-known global companies that have survived for decades aren’t invincible. Businesses that once seemed to dominate the world have been tainted by huge fraud scandals, plagued by recession or have simply failed to keep up. Here are the public failures of 16 huge companies. Corporate China in the s was littered with the wreckage of failed joint ventures between multinationals and local companies but the tie-up between Danone and Wahaha was held up . Citation. Grunberg, Leon. Failed Multinational Ventures: The Political Economy of International Divestments. Lexington, Mass: Lexington Books, Cited by:
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