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The Wine Industry

@inproceedings{Nguyen2009TheWI,
  title={The Wine Industry},
  author={Khanh T. H. Nguyen and Chee Wee. Tan and Andrew C. Inkpen and Rod Phillips},
  year={2009}
}
Copyright © 2006 Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management. All rights reserved. This case was prepared by Professor Andrew Inkpen, Thunderbird, and Professor Rod Phillips, Carleton University, Ottawa, with research assistance from Khanh Nguyen and Chee Wee Tan, for the purpose of classroom discussion only, and not to indicate either effective or ineffective management. Andrew Inkpen Rod Phillips 

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