Asian Advantage: Key Strategies for Winning in the Asia-Pacific Region

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ASIAN
ADVANTAGE
Key Strategies for Winning
in the Asia-Pacific Region

GEORGE S. YIP

Updated edition, with a new postscript

PERSEUS BOOKS
Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Asian Advantage: Key Strategies for Winning in the Asia-Pacific Region
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Figures vii
  • List of Tables ix
  • Preface xi
  • Chapter 1 - Evaluating the Asia-Pacific Opportunity 1
  • Notes 31
  • Chapter 2 - Japan -- Still Bubbling? 34
  • Notes 59
  • Chapter 3 - South Korea -- New Prosperity and Agony 62
  • Notes 82
  • Chapter 4 - China -- Enter the Giant 84
  • Notes 112
  • Chapter 5 - Taiwan -- Coming into Its Own 114
  • Notes 133
  • Chapter 6 - Hong Kong -- a New Role 134
  • Notes 153
  • Chapter 7 - Singapore -- Regional Hub 155
  • Notes 179
  • Chapter 8 - Malaysia-Vision 2020 180
  • Notes 201
  • Chapter 9 - Thailand -- Tiger by the Tail? 203
  • Notes 219
  • Chapter 10 - Indonesia -- Finding Ways to Takeoff 221
  • Notes 242
  • Chapter 11 - The Philippines -- Overcoming the Past 244
  • Notes 261
  • Chapter 12 - India -- Giving Multinationals a Chance 262
  • Notes 279
  • Chapter 13 - Vietnam -- Capitalism Now 281
  • Notes 293
  • Chapter 14 - Australia -- Asian Future 294
  • Notes 313
  • Chapter 15 - New Zealand -- Resource Play 316
  • Notes 329
  • Chapter 16 - Regional Groupings -- Asean, Afta, Apec, Etc. 330
  • Notes 353
  • Chapter 17 - Conclusions -- Go East, Multinational Company 354
  • Notes 374
  • Chapter 18 - Postscript -- Asian Crisis and Aftermath 375
  • Notes 408
  • Appendix - Globalization Measures 411
  • Bibliography 417
  • Index 425
  • About the Authors 441
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