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Corporate Strategies For Southeast Asia After the Crisis: A by Jochen Legewie, Hendrick Meyer-Ohle

By Jochen Legewie, Hendrick Meyer-Ohle

Company ideas for Southeast Asia After the situation provides an in-depth research by way of specialists from Europe, Japan, and Southeast Asia who've long-standing learn adventure in Asian economies and foreign enterprise. The authors draw upon empirical learn to investigate the questions dealing with multinational companies energetic within the quarter, and cross directly to learn their ideas in creation, advertising and marketing, and company finance. They current a finished assessment of the present actions of establishment organisations from Europe and Japan in Southeast Asia. The authors handle either questions of overseas method and the function of establishment businesses in an international financial system, whereas taking into consideration how nationwide adjustments have an effect on strategic choice making.

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They comprise export push, financial repression, directed credit and selective promotion. , p. 358). Meyer-Ohle Toru Yanagihara 27 Among the HPAEs, the report differentiates between the nature of the export-push strategy of Northeast Asia and that of Southeast Asia. In Northeast Asia there were efforts to promote specific exporting industries and also to simultaneously institute the promotion of exports and the protection of domestic markets. , pp. 359-60). This distinction between Northeast Asia and Southeast Asia is attributed to the presence of a bureaucratic capacity to design and manage 'contest-based competitive discipline' in the operation of preferences and incentives for exporters.

There are two aspects of particular significance to Southeast Asia. One concerns the nature of the business group, typically conglomerates, and the other is that of family control. In reality these two characteristics are merged in many big businesses in Southeast Asia in the form of family-controlled conglomerates (see Khan 1999). From a historical perspective this feature may be viewed as one aspect of one of the stages in the development of these conglomerates; there are obvious reasons for family businesses to be dominant in the early stage of development.

In the first place, caution in globalization strategies is suggested, particularly where large-scale investments are involved; and, therefore, new forms of knowledge investment (for example technology alliances) may be preferable to Meyer-Ohle 14 The Multinational Corporation traditional investment forms, as may other types of arrangement such as subcontracting which provide greater flexibility. Second, planning for change becomes critically important. This is especially true in companies that have not yet faced up to hard decisions on rationalization and divestment.

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