Business intelligence is no cloak and dagger affair, but the penalties for inaccuracy or misevaluation can be equally grave in these days of seething nationalism and expropriation. For that reason companies operating abroad need an intelligence officer to keep them posted on developments. Often he is, or should be, one of the smoothest members of the firm. This article tells how to pick him, train him, and use him to advantage.
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