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internationalization

or

globalization

the expansion of a firm into foreign economies by EXPORTING, but more specifically by FOREIGN INVESTMENT in the establishment of components factories, manufacturing plants and sales subsidiaries. See MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISE, FOREIGN MARKET SERVICING STRATEGY.

International growth provides additional sales opportunities for firms constrained by the small size of their national markets and serves to reduce their dependency on a single national market to generate profits. See STRATEGIC DIRECTION.

internationalization

see MULTINATIONAL COMPANY.
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The overall market for breast lesion localization methods is expected to witness rapid growth in the coming years, primarily due to the increasing number of breast cancer surgeries and implementation of favorable reimbursement guidelines for localization devices.
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In consideration of this, an analysis was given to the working process of self-adaptive localization algorithm.
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Our objectives in this work, is to localize a mobile robot at the first time while using two localization methods separately: The relative localization by odometer and the absolute localization based on ultrasonic sensors and to analyze results gotten by each of them.
has gotten a lot better," says a software localization expert with more than 15 years' experience in Japan who spoke on a condition of anonymity.
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a biotechnology company specializing in gene expression profiling and localization in human diseases, has signed an agreement with Pfizer, Inc.