26 November 2002 TASHKENT, 26 November (TCA)–It sounded like a textbook recipe for international business success: Strike a partnership with a family member of a nation’s leader to ensure government access, smooth the start-up process, and gain quick market penetration. Yet this strategy left Coca-Cola’s business in Uzbekistan flat after the daughter of Uzbek President […]

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