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Franchising has long been an integral part of the globalization of business and an important tool in the spread of investment. In this special issue of the Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business, practitioners who are specialized in franchising—its potentials as well as its pitfalls — provide reports on franchising developments in national systems such as Australia, Austria, Canada, Chile, China, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, India, Indonesia, Israel, Malaysia, Mexico, Norway, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, and Turkey.
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Problems of Regional Master Franchising Manzoor Ishani Australia Chris Nikou and Emily Kishida Austria Benedikt Spiegelfeld and Mark Krenn Canada Brad Hanna, Les Chaiet, and Jeffrey Levine Chile Patricia Núñez F. China Ella S.K. Cheong Czech Republic Tomáš Osicka Denmark Lasse A. Søndergaard Christensen France Marie-Elisabeth Hertz and Catherine Mermet Germany Stefan Duhnkrack and Stefan Bretthauer India Probir Roy Chowdhury Indonesia Sigit Ardianto and Ibrahim Senen Israel Peggy Sharon and Inbal Natan-Zehavi Malaysia Lim Yen Hui Mexico Gabriela Campos de Pablo and Ernesto F. Algaba R. Norway Marte Solberg and Jon F. Claudi Russia Natalia Iordanova Singapore Daniel Lim, Bernard Lui, Michele The, and Vanessa Chew Spain Valeria Enrich Thailand Sriwan Puapondh, Edward J. Kelly, and John Fotiadis Turkey Serdar Paksoy Index