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Reaching Out to Global Markets

 

Not surprisingly, 95% of the world's customer base lives outside the U.S., so having a global presence can be a smart move for future longevity. And emerging markets offer unexpected opportunities for midsize businesses. Finding the right partners is as important as finding the right market. See how companies of all sizes feel about where to expand, the challenges they face, and what the rewards and pitfalls are.

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