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Formal contracts rarely maximize returns from alliances. S. and Mexican firms explained earlier. S. firm to help it gain benefits from the relationship and the alliance failed. In the other strategic alliance, no formal contract was used because of the mutual trust between the two firms. This alliance appeared to have been successful over time. Trust affords the opportunity, then, to develop a collaborative advantage (Dyer, 1997; Lado, Boyd & Hanlon, 1997). The success of an alliance may be at least partially based on the ability to transfer knowledge.

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