ASEAN-Japan competitive strategy: papers and proceedings of the International Symposium "Toward ASEAN-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership" held on July 23, 2003 in Tokyo, Japan
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Issues regarding ASEANs Industries
Indigenous Technological and Skill Development Strategy
Singapores Strategy for Industrial Upgrading
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activities agricultural products Appendix Figure 9.1 ASEAN countries ASEAN economies budget China companies comparative advantage competitiveness cost direct investment domestic E/C E/C E/C East Asia economic growth electronics employment engineering enhance enterprises environment equipment established factor financing Foreign Direct Investment foreign investment Forerunner group Forerunner-following group global home electrical appliances human resources IAJ IAJ implementation import substitution improvement incentives increase indigenous firms Indonesia industrial development industrial policy industrial upgrading infrastructure innovation inputs investors Japan Japanese JETRO Korea labor Latecomer group linkages machinery Malaysia manufacturing sector million MNCs National overseas personal computers Philippines private sector programme projects promote reform region Research Institute role share Singapore Singapore's skills SMEs Source South Korea strategy structure subsidy supporting industries Table Taiwan targeted tariff Technology Development textile Thailand trade uncompetitive value-added Vietnam workers World Bank