EAN-139780071482554   EAN-13 barcode 9780071482554
Product NameImport/Export: How to Take Your Business Across Borders (Business Books)
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Short DescriptionPaperback
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AuthorCarl Nelson
Page Count352
Long Description

Fully revised and updated-the go-to guide from an expert on international trade

Doing business across national borders is more profitable than ever. In the exhaustively revised fourth edition, Import/Export provides step-by-step guidance to show you how to take part in the booming world economy.

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