Global production sharing, trade patterns and industrialization in Southeast Asia
Global production sharing (GPS) � the dispersion of separate stages (tasks) of an integrated production process across national boundaries � has been a major factor in the economic dynamism of the Southeast Asian economies. Led by Singapore and Malaysia, the Southeast Asian economies have been major and successful participants in global production networks. �Network products� (parts and components, and ﬁnal assembly traded within production networks) constitute almost two-thirds of the...[Show more]
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