Developmentalism and Dependency in Southeast Asia: The Case of the Automotive Industry

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Abbreviations

ABIM

The Islamic Youth Movement of Malaysia

AFTA

Asean Free Trade Area

AICO

ASEAN Industrial Co-operation

APEC

Asia Pacific Economic Co-operation

BAKIN

Intelligence Agency (Indonesia)

BAPPENAS

National Development Planning Agency (Indonesia)

BBC

Brand-to-Brand Complementation Scheme

BOI

Board Of Investment (Thailand)

BPIS

Agency for the Management of Strategic Industries (Indonesia)

BPKM

Investment Coordination Board (Indonesia)

BPPT

Badan Pengkajian dan Penerapan Teknologi - Agency for Technological Research (Indonesia)

CBI

Confederation of British Industry

CBU

Completley Built Units

CDS

Capitalist Developmental State

CKD

Completely Knocked Down

CPT

Communist Party of Thailand

DP

Democratic Party (Thailand)

ECLA

Economic Commission for Latin America

EOI

Export Orientated Industrialisation

EPZ

Export Processing Zone

ESB

Eastern Seaboard Development Programme (Thailand)

FDI

Foreign Direct Investment

G5

Group of Five

G77

Group of 77

GATT

General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

GDP

Gross Domestic Product

GIAMM

Gabungan Industri Alat-Alat Motor & Motor (Indonesian Automotive Parts and Components Industries Association)

GM

General Motors

GNP

Gross National Product

GOLKAR

Golongan Karya - Functional groups (Indonesia)

GSP

Generalised System of Preferences

HICOM

Heavy Industries Corporation of Malaysia

IBRD

International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank)

IGGC

Intergovernmental Group on Indonesia

IMF

International Monetary Fund

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