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Case
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Reference no. 9-703-402
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: 2002
Version: 1 August 2002
Length: 9 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

Nomura in 2002, though long the market leader in Japan, lacked global presence and was beset at home by strengthened local competitors, Wall Street firms that were taking the best deals, outdated systems, controls, and staff skills. Was it still a player to fear? Could it be?; To show the effect of local competitors on multinational entry strategies.

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Abstract

Nomura in 2002, though long the market leader in Japan, lacked global presence and was beset at home by strengthened local competitors, Wall Street firms that were taking the best deals, outdated systems, controls, and staff skills. Was it still a player to fear? Could it be?; To show the effect of local competitors on multinational entry strategies.

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