Models in Private Technology Transfer to Developing Nations
A rather neglected area for ready transfer of technology resides not in the much-vaunted, highly expensive projects requiring large industrial or substantial government involvement, but rather in quite simple people-to-people ventures created by the willingness of small higher technology private companies to explore foreign markets heretofore beyond their historic experience or previous know how.
KeywordsTechnology Transfer Trade Fair Legal Supervision Expensive Project Promote Technology Transfer
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