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The Evolution of Singapore Business: A Case Study Approach

  • Anisha Sabhlok

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    This volume contains summaries of 12 case studies for three categories of business organisations defined by ownership, i.e. foreign, state and (local) private. The case studies explore the history and pattern of development of 12 business groups/companies in Singapore, highlighting specified aspects including: turning points in terms of business growth, diversification and expansion in domestic, regional and global markets, the strategies that led to their achievements, the role of the government and the measures taken at micro-levels to negotiate the transition to a knowledge-based economy (KBE), and world-class excellence. [Working Paper No. 10. (Volume 2)]

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