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The process by which a firm approaches its cross-border activities and those of competitors, and plans to approach them in the future, is called A. staging B. international strategy C.
competitive strategy D. cross-border configuration
The process by which a firm approaches its cross-border activities and those of competitors, and plans to approach them in the future, is called B. International Strategy.
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