Corporate Links and Foreign Direct Investment in Asia and the Pacific
Edward K. Y. Chen, Peter Drysdale
HarperEducational, 1995 - Asia - 300 pages
Examining the impact of investment on trade in East Asia and the Pacific, this text focuses on microeconomic issues of strategy, activity and behaviour of corporate investors in the region.
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American ASEAN Asian Asian NIEs Bangkok Bank Bayan Lepas behaviour capital cent centre Chinese commodity chains companies competition components corporate costs Crown Property Bureau developing countries domestic East Asia economic electrical machinery industry electronics industry enterprises established example expanding factors FDI in Japan foreign affiliates foreign direct investment foreign firms foreign investment free industrial zones global growth Guadalajara Guangdong high-wage countries Hong Kong host countries imports increased Indonesia integration intrafirm trade investors IPOs Japanese affiliates Japanese firms Japanese market joint ventures keiretsu Kong's Korea labour liberalisation low-wage countries major Malaysia manufacturing million multinational organisation outward processing overseas Overseas Chinese parent firm Penang percent plant procurement production proprietary assets rates ratio re-exports relationships role sector semiconductor share Singapore Source Southeast Asia Statistics strategy structure subcontracting suppliers Table Taiwan Taiwanese technology transfer Thai Thailand Tokyo trade and investment turnover United Urata