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Title: Characteristics of exporting and nonexporting joint ventures in Saudi Arabia
Authors: AJ-Aali, Abdulrahman Y.
Keywords: Nonexporting
Exporting
Saudi Arabia
Globalization
Joint ventures
Industrial goods
Industrial sectors
Manufacturing
GCC Exports
Oil industry
Issue Date: 1990
Publisher: The Haworth Press, Inc. (Now Taylor & Francis)
Citation: Journal of Global Marketing: 3 (2); 61-75
Abstract: The study profiled 83 exporting and nonexporting manufacturing joint ventures (JVs) in Saudi Arabia. This represents about one-fourth of all manufacturing JVs in operation at the end of 1987. Stepwise discriminant analysis showed that a set of 9 characteristics representing 4 factors were significant in differentiating the two groups. Exporting JVs tend to be larger, produce industrial goods in more technology intensive industrial sectors, and be more leveraged than nonexporting JVs. Potential limitations of these findings, and their implications for the policy makers are also discussed.
Description: International Business and Finance, Department of Business Administration, King Saud University.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2645
ISSN: 0891-1762
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Administration Science Research Center

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