Keiretsu in Japanese describes “a form of corporate structure in which a number of organisations link together, usually by taking small stakes in each other and usually as a result of having a close business relationship, often as suppliers to each other” (Hindle, 2008).
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- Auletta, K. (1997) American Keiretsu, The New Yorker, October 20.
- Business Week (1999) Mitsubishi: Fall Of A Keiretsu, [International Edition], March 14.
- CIPS (2008) Managing the Storm and Beyond: The Business Case for Sustainable Procurement, CIPS, UK.
- Dyer, J. H. (1996) How Chrysler Created an American Keiretsu, Harvard Business Review, July.
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