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2012, vol. 43, iss. 1, pp. 33-40
The indirect strategies of internationalization of companies
aUniversity of Kragujevac, Faculty of Economy
bVisoka poslovna škola strukovnih studija, Novi Sad

emailanadjordjevicvps@gmail.com
Keywords: international marketing; international business; strategy; indirect strategy of internationalization; license; joint ventures
Abstract
The subject of this work are, as mentioned in the title, the indirect strategies of internationalization of companies. The first part talks about the new business environment, the factors that lead to changes and their implications. It is at the same time the business context, which must be taken into consideration that determines the success of companies in the new business environment. In this paper, the emphasis is on company business in international markets, and the selection of appropriate strategies of internationalization, which will be responsible for this new business environment. There are many reasons that are discussed in this paper, and would rather indicate that partners from different countries to accept different strategies, rather than opting for a strategy of export, or a strategy of direct investments abroad. The dynamic technical and technological development, and its universal impact, among other relevant factors, put in the first place the importance of different strategies which is achieved through technology transfer, knowledge and experience whereby the exports, as a classic strategy of involvement in international trade, becomes significantly more difficult. Also, the internationalization of enterprises through direct investment abroad, involves many difficulties related to fitting in a foreign enterprise environment, and a high risk strategy. In addition, there is still a large number of countries do not allow wholly owned foreign enterprises. The paper discusses the value of various indirect internationalization strategy, which may be useful for those domestic companies that are in front of problem the choice of acceptable strategies of internationalization.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Review Paper
DOI: 10.5937/markt1201033D
published in SCIndeks: 08/06/2012

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