Asia is now the top regional destination for R&D spending, followed by North America and Europe. See also Interactive: Where Companies Spend Their R&D Money.
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- The world is getting more dynamic and complex, not less, so leaders must learn how to surmount new challenges.
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- Analysts often discourage risky expansions into developing markets, but three distinct strategies have been associated with success.
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