Business Restructuring in Asia: Cross-Border M&As in the Crisis Period

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Copenhagen Business School Press, 2001 - Business & Economics - 112 pages
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What has become of the five countries most severely devastated by the East Asian financial crisis of the late 1990s - Indonesia, the Republic of Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand? How have the foreign takeovers fared, the cross-border M&As that followed the crisis? Is the process of corporate and industrial restructuring in the region now complete, or is it still unfolding?
These are the key questions raised in this book, which will be of especial interest to policymakers and international executives, and to scholars and researchers in economics, international business, global finance and political economy.

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Introduction
11
Policy implications
81
Concluding remarks
87
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Terutomo Ozawa is Professor of Economics at Colorado State University.

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