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The thesis to this Article is that, ideally, international decision making should be managed from a central control point, leaving day-to-day management and operational control within each of the operating locations. The purpose of the central location would be, basically, to get an overview of the world, to put together the pieces of the global enterprise in such a manner as to be able to take advantage of the shifting trade, financial, monetary and development whims of not only the free world but, more recently, the communist world which is wont to enter the international monetary and development markets in a major way.

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