Small and medium sized enterprises in East Asia: sectoral and regional dimensions
Focuses on regional and sectoral dimensions in a number of regional economies and economic sectors. This work also places emphasis on the importance of Small and Medium Sized Enterprise (SME) networking and clustering initiatives and activities, as they support and nurture the global competitiveness of local SMEs in various economic sectors.
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SME Export Competitiveness in Developing Countries
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Charles Harvie,Boon-Chye Lee
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