Meeting the Global Challenges of Doing Business in the Five Candidate Countries on the Road to Join the European Union

@article{Bahhouth2019MeetingTG,
  title={Meeting the Global Challenges of Doing Business in the Five Candidate Countries on the Road to Join the European Union},
  author={Victor Bahhouth and Christopher Ziemnowicz},
  journal={Journal of the Knowledge Economy},
  year={2019},
  volume={10},
  pages={1297-1318}
}
The success of indigenous business firms is no longer exclusively an internal process given increasing competition and globalization. Achieving success under dynamic conditions requires active involvement of governments to provide proper environments for local businesses to survive global challenges. Many also want to attract foreign investors to start new businesses. The role of governments is no longer limited to providing preconditions for basic infrastructure needs but now also includes… 
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