Development of internationally competitive indigenous manufacturing firms in Singapore

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Foundation for Advanced Studies on International Development, International Development Research Institute , Tokyo
Investments, Foreign -- Singapore., Manufacturing industries -- Singa
StatementWong Poh-Kam ... [et al.].
SeriesIDRI occasional paper -- no. 4
ContributionsWong, Poh Kam.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD9736.S52 D48 1997
The Physical Object
Pagination63 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20235759M

WONG, Kam Poh; PHANG, Sock-Yong; YONG, Jong-Say; and CHNG, Meng-Kng. Development of Internationally Competitive Indigenous Manufacturing Firms in Singapore.

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