Asia's Computer Challenge: Threat or Opportunity for the United States & the World?

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Appendix

TABLE A-1. Computer Hardware Production, 1985-1995 (in current US dollars, millions)
Hong
Kong
Singapore Korea Taiwan Japan United
States
1985 $660 $1,194 $579 $989 $18,318 $47,122
1986 $704 $1,914 $880 $1,739 $30,083 $43,685
1987 $853 $2,928 $1,459 $2,890 $39,952 $47,635
1988 $1,341 $4,503 $2,431 $4,001 $52,391 $48,504
1989 $1,593 $5,368 $3,180 $5,046 $54,587 $49,296
1990 $1,930 $6,974 $3,073 $5,886 $53,241 $48,559
1991 $2,145 $7,977 $3,499 $6,106 $59,563 $47,965
1992 $2,264 $10,123 $3,647 $7,849 $56,598 $50,866
1993 $2,264 $12,346 $ 4,212 $10,003 $58,757 $52,176
1994 $1,953 $16,536 $4,893 $12,020 $66,654 $62,544
1995 $2,167 $21,127 $6,795 $16,111 $73,475 $77,835
Source: Reed, Yearbook of World Electronics Data ( Oxford: Reed Electronics Research, 1991-1997).

TABLE A-2. Computer Hardware Production as % of GDP, 1985-1995
Hong
Kong
Singapore Korea Taiwan Japan United
States
1985 1.89 6.75 .61 1.60 1.37 1.17
1986 1.76 10.80 .81 2.28 1.52 1.03
1987 1.73 14.50 1.07 2.80 1.66 1.06
1988 2.30 18.21 1.33 3.25 1.79 1.00
1989 2.37 18.41 1.43 3.38 1.88 0.95
1990 2.58 19.08 1.21 3.64 1.80 0.88
1991 2.50 18.89 1.19 3.41 1.75 0.85
1992 2.25 20.46 1.18 3.68 1.52 0.86
1993 1.95 21.55 1.27 4.39 1.37 0.83
1994 1.49 23.83 1.29 4.94 1.42 0.94
1995 1.51 25.29 1.49 6.12 1.44 1.12
Source: Reed ( 1991-1997).

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface and Acknowledgments v
  • Contents xi
  • List of Figures xv
  • List of Tables xvii
  • 1 - Competing in Computers 3
  • 2 - Globalization of the Computer Industry 28
  • Conclusions 71
  • 3 - Japan and the PC Revolution 76
  • Summary 90
  • Summary 104
  • Conclusions 113
  • 4 - Asia's New Competitors 116
  • Conclusions 143
  • Conclusions 172
  • 5 - Asia's New Competitors 174
  • Conclusions 209
  • 6 - Findings from the East Asian Experience 211
  • 7 - Lessons for Companies and Countries 254
  • Summary 263
  • Conclusions 278
  • 8 - Competing in Computers in the Network Era 280
  • Conclusion - Asia's Computer Challenge 319
  • Appendix 321
  • Notes 325
  • References 343
  • Index 353
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