DOI: 10.7444/future.v2i1.18
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Abstract: As Gonçalves (2007) has pointed out, over the course of the 20 th century logistics grew from having a fragmented and diluted profile within organizations to playing a key role in the strategy of the networks and chains of international business. In the 21 st century, as will be shown in this article, logistics will expand these functions to include social and political roles in international relations. The installation of a port in East Africa on the Red Sea is the critical incident examined during a technica… Show more

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