International Production Networks in Asia: Rivalry or Riches

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8.1 Approved foreign investments in the Malaysian electrical/electronics sector 200

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1.1 Ability to adjust to market/technology shifts 15
1.2 Exploitation of Asian value-added 16
1.3 Typology of electronics production networks in Asia 17
2.1 Share in world exports of selected countries and areas 34
2.2 Asia: standardized bilateral trade balance with selected areas and countries 36
2.3 Asia: geographic trade composition (total electronics) 38
2.4 Asia: geographic trade composition (electronic data processing) 40
2.5 Asia: geographic trade composition (consumer electronics) 42
2.6 Asia: geographic trade composition (electronic components) 43
2.7 Overall and bilateral cumulative trade balances of Asia, Japan, and the Asian NICs (total electronics) 45
2.8 Overall and bilateral cumulative trade balances of Asia, Japan, and the Asian NICs (electronic data processing) 46
2.9 Overall and bilateral cumulative trade balances of Asia, Japan, and the Asian NICs (consumer electronics) 47
2.10 Overall and bilateral cumulative trade balances of Asia, Japan, and the Asian NICs (electronic components) 48
2.11 Trade composition of the electronics industry in Japan, Singapore, and Korea 51
2.12 Trade composition of the electronics industry in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and China 52
2.13 Trade composition of the electronics industry in ASEAN, Thailand, and Malaysia 53
3.1 Domestic versus offshore production value of Taiwan's electronics industry, 1992-5 73

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