Published in 1998, this book examines the challenges and opportunities for international business and trade in the Asia-Pacific region, highlighting the dynamic and complexities of the region.
Table of Contents
1. The Diversification of Colonial Capitalism: British Agency Houses in Southeast Asia During the 1950s and the 1960s, Nicholas J. White 2. Theorizing Export-Oriented Economic Development in East Asian Newly-Industrializing Countries: A Regulationist Perspective, Ngai-Ling Sum 3. Competing for Transnational Corporations? The Regional Operations of Foreign Firms in Hong Kong and Singapore, Henry Wai-Chung Yeung 4. The Problems of Doing Business in Pacific Asia: An Overview, Geoffrey Murray 5. The Malaysian Manufacturing Industry: Key to Sustainable Economic Development Hock B. Tan 6. Foreign Direct Investment in China: Patterns, Processes and Prospects, Ian G. Cook and Yongjiang Wang 7. Managed or Mismanaged Trade? US-Japan Trade Relations During the Clinton Presidency, Simon Lee.