Subject: Lithuania ; global marketing ; global culture ; national culture ; globalisation
Due to Increased regional integration, countries, which were previously closed to the world, became exposed to universal or partly adapted marketing mixes. A discussion whether global marketing campaigns can influence national cultures, and serve as a drive for emergenc... View more
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