When “shrink to grow” pays off: BP’s new Russian partnership

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In the business world, a drive to build new partnerships keeps organizations from stagnating. But it’s important to consider how existing partners will be affected by your expansion efforts, a lesson that oil and gas company British Petroleum (BP) learned through trial and error.

A deal runs out of gas
In the article “Adventures in Russia: BP

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