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Foreign Branching

A foreign branch is an extension of the company in its foreign market-  a separately located strategic business unit directly responsible for fulfilling the operational duties assigned to it by corporate management  including sales, customer service, and physical distribution.Host countries may require that the branch be “domesticated” that is , have some local managers in middle and upper-level positions.

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