Implications of the Asian crisis on sustainable industrial and technological development in the Asia-Pacific region
United Nations, 1999 - Business & Economics - 228 pages
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A Impacts on and implications for industry and technology development 157
B A general overview
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agricultural ASEAN Asia Asian countries Asian crisis Asian Development Bank Asian financial crisis automobile baht banking sector billion capital flows cent chaebols commercial banks companies competitiveness corporate costs currency decline developing countries domestic demand effects electronics enterprises exchange rate export growth financial institutions financial sector firms foreign debt foreign investment funds global Hong Kong impact implemented import increased Indonesia industrial and technological industrial development industrial sector inflows infrastructure interest rates International Monetary Fund investors Japan labour liberalization long-term major Malaysia Ministry of Industry monetary moral hazard non-performing loans output Philippines private sector problems programme projects Province of China Rasiah raw materials reform region Republic of Korea restructuring science and technology short-term Shortage Singapore small and medium-sized SMEs SMIs strengthen structure Table Taiwan Province technological development textiles Thai Thailand value added World Bank