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This study examines the association of corporate strategy with multiply criteria of financial performance across national boundaries. Using data over a four-year period from Korea, the United States, and Japan, the study presents a multidimensional definition of corporate strategy. These dimensions are then modeled as predictors of three corporate performance criteria. The results show that corporate strategy explains a significant portion of financial performance. In addition, corporate strategy relates differently to different performance criteria within and across the three countries.