Service Exporting Decision : The Study of Thai International Service Firms

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Araya Hongchindket

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International service enterprises have become critical in the global market. As a result, there is increasing need to investigate what factors affecting a company’s decision to export as well as the impediments that prevent many firms from exporting. A proposed follow-up study is to develop and empirically test a theoretical framework of the antecedents cover organizational issues. This study is designed to extend previous research of the service sector in Thailand.

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