The Dialectics of Globalization: Regional Responses to World Economic Processes: Asia, Europe, and Latin America in Comparative Perspective

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2.1 Ratio of commodity exports plus imports to GDP at current market prices21
3.1 Main characteristics of producer-driven and buyerdriven global commodity chains36
3.2 U.S. distribution channels for apparel, 199537
3.3 Trends in U.S. apparel imports by region and country41
3.4 Regional trade patterns in world exports of textiles and clothing48
3.5 Products in which China is the leading supplier of U.S. Imports, 199549
4.1 Korea's FDI in China by regions (to February 1996)68
7.1 Distribution of Singaporean GDP by sector of origin, selected years (percentages)121
7.2 Economic planning and development in Singapore122
7.3 Programs linked to the Singapore Strategic Economic Plan124
7.4 Phases of industrialization policy in Malaysia128
7.5 Distribution of Malaysian GDP by sector of origin, selected years131
9.1 Factors inhibiting growth and industrialization in small, less developed countries166
9.2 Political-economic objectives based on the neoliberal economic model170
9.3 Effects of structural adjustment policies in Central America172
10.1 Trade between Brazil and the other Mercosur countries183
10.2 Economic and industrial performance in Rio Grande do Sul, 1948-1997189
10.3 Exports from Rio Grande do Sul to Mercosur member countries in selected years195
11.1 Nations of the Caribbean206
12.1 Europe's top ten regions by investment priority, 1993231
12.2 Europe's top ten regions for wealth and growth232

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