Multinational Enterprises and Industrial Transformation
MNEs have been involved in Thai manufacturing since the early 1960s but despite this significant involvement their role in the industrialization process remains a controversial issue. This book has three main foci: â€¢ to evaluate the impact of MNE involvement in Thai manufacturing â€¢ to gain insight into the principal mechanisms by which MNEs contribute to the industrialization process and obstacles that prevent them from functioning more effectively â€¢ to recommend policies for maximising the benefits from MNE involvement.
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