New Horizons?: Third World Industrialization in an International Framework

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Longman Scientific & Technical, 1990 - Developing countries - 218 pages
A text aiming to provide a framework for studying industrial development in countries of the developing world. It compares the nature of Latin American industrialization with that of East Asia, the former of which has been inward-looking during the 20th century and the latter more outward-looking.

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Contents

THE INTERNATIONAL
13
INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND ECONOMIC
28
THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT
61
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