Full text: Small and Big Business

a new and higher stage. 
At the same time there has boon a complete volte race 
with"regard to 
in t: a ' policies of national government? rf,o-2 vifH 
..^nations and largo concerns, V/herea® forsaexdy these were 
officially blamed for their monopolistic practices* and mono 
poly legislation was still being introduced in European 
countries in the 1950'ies (its practical effectiveness 
iq i, Q '!& 
may have teen small or oven ail), in the I*st-*en~yoars 
the official a in of >ean govermwaats was to fostevr 
amalgamation and the formation of large business units, 
because it was believed that only theoo large units on 
account of their superiority especially in natters of 
research and development and sales organisation could 
stand up to the competitioner the large saarican business 
units. 
Broadly speaking, it would soon that the tendencies dealt 
with in this book have not ceased to operate, and that they 
are oven operating on a higher - s multi-national instead of 
merely a national - level. 
Josef Oteindl
	        

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