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Retail Format Competition: The Case of Grocery Discount Stores and Why They Haven’t Conquered the Chinese Market (Yet)

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Short waves of supermarket diffusion in Turkey

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Symmetry or asymmetry? Cross-border openness of service providers in Polish-Czech and Polish-German border towns

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Foreign Direct Investment and Special Economic Zones in Latvia

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The resilience of shopping centres: An analysis of retail resilience strategies in Lisbon, Portugal

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Changing European retail landscapes: New trends and challenges

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Economic, Cultural and Social Factors Influencing the Development of Gay Businesses and Places: Evidence from the European Union / Ekonomické, Kulturní A Sociální Faktory V Pozadí Rozvoje Gay Podniků A Míst: Situace V Evropské Unii

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Industrial clusters in a post-socialist country: The case of the wine industry in Slovakia

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