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Internalization is the process by which members of a group make the ideas, values, and norms of the group their own.

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In Banking and Finance, internalization is a theory that the key ingredient for maintaining a firm-specific competitive advantage in international competition is the possession of proprietary information and control of human capital that can generate new information through expertise in research, management, marketing, or technology.

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