by Normandy Madden WITH HIGH START-UP COSTS FOR OFFICE and retail space, infrastructure and training requirements, product repackaging, brand launches, and Western-level salaries for expatriate employees and well-trained local staff, both domestic and multinational firms find East-Central Europe an expensive place to market a product or service. While these factors affect most businesses in the […]

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