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Asian manufacturing in the long run

Overview

The future of manufacturing in Asia will be determined primarily by the breakneck pace of the diversification of global manufacturing and by how firms in the region participate in it. There is more information and communications technology available, and the possibilities of using it anywhere in the world are multiplying day by day. China will probably aim to maximize its participation in the two-way flow of human capital, ideas and technology that characterizes global supply chains...

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