It used to be that companies took their time expanding into international markets. Initially, most companies concentrated on the domestic market, perfecting their product or service offerings and building up their cash reserves. In stage two, they’d start exporting their goods in small volumes to select locations overseas. Next, they might open small offices in emerging markets. As their foreign volumes grew, so, too, did their international offices.
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