firms by Japanese companies, and it was not possible for the NRC working group to prepare a study on that particular technology transfer mechanism. Thus, these cases are not ideally representative, nor do they comprehensively illustrate the factors that can lead to asymmetrical benefits or outright failure. Still, care has been taken to explore cases in which a range of business and technical issues arise.
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