Globalisation – Does it lead to international competitiveness?

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Paul Stathis


Telecommunications, Standards,


Globalisation may not lead to international competitiveness without consideration of the key reason for participation in the global economy and adoption of an approach that provides consistency. How do consumers determine the suitability of what if offered to them and be certain they’re getting what they paid for? And how can suppliers be sure their offering is appropriate for their potential offshore markets? From BICSI’s perspective, the answer is “standards”.


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