This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book focuses on a reappraisal of the theme of trust in market exchanges. It shows the relevance of Weber's and Simmel's contributions for an updated research. The book aims at reconstructing ideal types of production organizations, and hence, intercorporate relations promoting this favorable combination of different kinds of trust. It prevails or not on a different combination, to show its consequences as regards its survival and achievement possibilities within the global market. In a business community, as in any other community, members must not necessarily be placed in physical proximity, but rather must share activities and/or beliefs, permanently relate with one another, and have a common collective identity. The chapter concludes for the competitive superiority of the "English" model resulting from a variety of reasons that all concern trust in market exchanges.