The Formation of International Production and Distribution Networks in East Asia
This chapter examines the importance of international production and distribution networks in East Asia. It describes the drastic changes in policy framework observed in the Southeast Asian countries and China in the latter half of the 1980s and the early part of the 1990s and discusses the current status of theoretical thoughts explaining the mechanics of international production and distribution networks. This chapter explains the result of statistical analysis on the characteristics of the networks in East Asia and discusses the policy implication of these networks, particularly in the context of formulating free trade agreements.
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