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14 February 2005

U.S. companies rethinking their marketing in Europe [The New York Times]

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For years, American corporations and the European companies that do business with them have faced anti-American sentiments from Europeans. But with the war continuing in Iraq and discomfort growing over United States dominance, the companies have been forced to further adjust how they do business in Europe.

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