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Anheuser Busch has entered into a long-term contract with a Swedish beer business. The contract calls for the Swedish firm to produce and market Anheuser Busch beers in Sweden. Anheuser Busch will receive a royalty on each case of beer sold. This is an example of: a. licensing.
b. a foreign subsidiary.
c. foreign direct investment.
d. exporting.

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