Local heroes

Stace, Doug
September 2003
BRW;9/18/2003, Vol. 25 Issue 36, p67
Trade Publication
Asserts that a new model for economic globalization has emerged. Failure of the U.S. concept of globalization; Need of global companies to acquire local character; Important role of regional areas in Australia's economic future.


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