Technology and the Multinationals

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Technology and the Multinationals

By Jack Baranson
Lexington Books, 1978
170 pp. $16.00

Sixteen case studies provide solid content for this study of why and how American companies transfer technology to foreign enterprises they do not control. For a number of quite different reasons, their interest in doing this is increasing, according to the experienced author who has looked at the aircraft and automotive industries, computers, consumer electronics and chemical engineering.

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