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This chapter summarises what we know about expatriate and the management of expatriates. Indeed it goes at little wider to look at a variety of forms of international mobility that multinational enterprises can use. It examines particularly how such enterprises can manage their expatriates better and how they can control the costs whilst still getting the desired return on their investment.
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