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  title={Editorial review board.},
  author={Christopher Chen},
  journal={International surgery},
  volume={98 2},
This paper examines the relationship between barriers to export and firm performance, as well as the indirect impact of export support programs on firm performance. Four major constructs of export barriers and export support functions are discussed. A structural equation model using the barriers and the export support functions as exogenous variables, and export performance as endogenous variable, show that the most important barrier in impacting export performance is the lack of firm… 
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