Service exports from a small city-state: the case of Port of Singapore Authority
This paper discusses the technological learning capabilities of a city-state and how in doing so, it developed its core competitive capabilities over-time to export its own brand of services to other developing economies. The example of the Port of Singapore Authority presents in itself an example for developing economies keen to integrate into the world economy and how they could transform their existing domestic capabilities to develop competitive their industries.
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