Small Firms in Singapore
This study analyzes the contribution of small- and medium-sized firms to the industrial development of Singapore, compares these firms with firms in Taiwan, Thailand, and Japan, and assesses their future roles in Singapore's manufacturing sector.
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The Economic Development of Singapore since 1959
Structural Changes in the Manufacturing Sector
The Conceptual Framework of Small Firms
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