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A few years ago a television advertisement by one of the major British banks offered a slightly patronizing view of its work in developing countries. The theme was that an understanding of local customs and traditions was one of the most valuable inroads to offering a good service there. Despite the whiff of sanctimony, there is obviously some truth in this. Many mistakes must have been made – and doubtless continue to be made – by Western multinational companies whose prime motivation in trying to crack emerging markets was the growth potential, unsweetened by any consideration that they are dealing with an entirely different culture and economy.
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(2012), "Multinationals must learn local lessons: Policy of “one global strategy” is inadequate for emerging markets", Strategic Direction, Vol. 28 No. 10, pp. 27-30. https://doi.org/10.1108/02580541211268438
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