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to develop a foreign market


Definition (British English)

develop, foreign, market
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

develop, foreign, market
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develop, foreign, market
Merriam Webster


develop, foreign, market
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einen Auslandsmarkt erschließen





Gablers Wirtschaftslexikon

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ich beziehe mich auf diese Diskussion:…1 Replies
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As far as I know is "Marktbearbeitung" the general word for the whole marketing mix employed…2 Replies

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