Japan and Malaysian Development: In the Shadow of the Rising Sun
Jomo Kwame Sundaram
Psychology Press, 1994 - Business & Economics - 374 pages
The Japanese presence in Southeast Asia is treated variously with either suspicion or encouragement. Japan and Malaysian Development critically assesses different dimensions of Japan-Malaysia economic relations. The work presents a balanced collection of essays examining Japanese involvement in Malaysia. The volume also discusses the impact and consequences of Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir's 'Look East' policy, which advocated greater emphasis on trading relations with Japan.
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MALAYSIAJAPAN UNEQUAL TRADE PARTNERS
THE EVOLUTION OF JAPANESE INVESTMENT IN MALAYSIA
JAPANESE MANUFACTURING INVESTMENT IN MALAYSIA
JAPANESE INDUSTRIAL INVESTMENTS AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER IN MALAYSIA
JAPANESE MULTINATIONAL INTRAFIRM TRADE TRANSFER PRICING PRACTICES IN MALAYSIA
A JAPANESE FACTORY IN MALAYSIA Ethnicity as a management ideology
MALAYSIAN FORESTS JAPANESE WOOD Japans role in Malaysias deforestation
INHOUSE UNIONS Looking East for industrial relations
MALAYSIAN SOGOSHOSHAS Superficial cloning failed emulation
HEAVY INDUSTRIALIZATION A second round of import substitution
THE PROTON SAGA Malaysian car Mitsubishi gain
PROTON AND MALAYSIAS MOTOR VEHICLE INDUSTRY National industrial policies and Japanese regional production strategies
EAST ASIAN ECONOMIC REGIONALISM Moving to the next level
JAPANESE CULTURAL IMAGES IN MALAYSIA Implications of the Look East policy
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