(2000), "Europe remains a great opportunity for UK companies European Business Handbook 2000 will help you seize it", European Business Review, Vol. 12 No. 5. https://doi.org/10.1108/ebr.2000.05412eab.002Download as .RIS
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Europe remains a great opportunity for UK companies European Business Handbook 2000 will help you seize it
Europe remains a great opportunity for UK companies – European Business Handbook 2000 will help you seize it
Keywords Europe, Business policy
This essential reference book aims to keep the business community up to speed on major issues for business in Europe. It provides comprehensive information on the political background as it is expected to evolve in 2000, advice on investment and trading opportunities in the EU and Eastern Europe, as well as practical advice and guidance on best business practice for trading with all 15 EU members and the nations aspiring to membership.
Divided into 14 detailed sections, contents include:
Prospects for business in 2000;
Corporate restructuring and consolidation in Europe:
The Euro experience;
Policy agenda in the leading markets;
EU enlargement – prospects for business in candidate countries;
Outlook for the growing business in Europe;
Developments in best practice;
Flexible organisations and human resources;
Connected Europe – choosing IT solutions;
The mobile workforce.
Also contains contributions from leading professional firms and industries including IBM, ICL, British Gas, General Electric, Oracle, Andersen Consulting, JP Morgan and Grant Thornton.
An authoritative guide to business practice across Europe, the European Business Handbook 2000 provides practical advice on how to trade in all European markets.
About the consultant editors
Gerry O'Brien is a journalist and former banker. He edits the CBI's annual European Business Handbook as well as being the property, energy and transport correspondent for CBI News. Adam Jolly is editor of CBI News.
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