Influence of new customs procedures and logistic security standards on companies competiveness – a Croatian company case study

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Erceg, Aleksandar (2014)
  • Publisher: J.J.Strossmayer University of Osijek, Faculty of Economics in Osijek
  • Journal: Ekonomski vjesnik : Review of Contemporary Entrepreneurship, Business, and Economic Issues, volume XXVII, issue 2 (issn: 0353-359X, eissn: 1847-2206)
  • Subject: customs procedure; logistic standards; supply chain management; savings; competitiveness | logistic standards | customs procedure | supply chain management | Social Sciences | HB71-74 | H | Economics as a science | competitiveness | savings

In today’s global market, companies are constantly confronted with the competition on the local, national and international level. Companies therefore use a variety of strategies and tools to become and/or remain competitive. Potential areas for cost reduction in ... View more
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