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Authors:
Camilla Nellemann (Copenhagen Business School)
Published in:
2018
Revision date:
19-Jan-2018
Length:
6 pages
Data source:
Field research

Abstract

This teaching case concerns a family owned foundry in Denmark. In 1994, the owner-manager decided to sell 75% of the company to a German customer due to financial difficulties. Over time, the partners collaboration becomes increasingly difficult due to diverging interests.

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Family business; International partnership; Cross cultural management
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