The idea of exporting Singapore’s expertise in infrastructure development took hold, in the early 1990s, as part of a larger regionalization strategy. Singapore’s positive reputation with multinational corporations for the efficiency of its industrial infrastructure and its stable, corrupt-free investment environment underscored this strategy. Led by Singapore’s government-linked companies, industrial parks were established in several Asian countries. Their progress is a test of Singapore’s ability to export its efficiency in industrial park development and management outside its borders. This paper finds that the initial optimism with which the flagship projects were unveiled has not been justified.
Asian Studies | International Business
Strategy and Organisation
Global Conference on Business and Economics, 2nd, London, 5-6 July 2003
City or Country
YEOH, Caroline; KOH, Chee Sin; and WEE, Julian Ching Wei.
Transborder Industrialization and Singapore's 'Clones' in Indonesia, China and Vietnam: A Strategy Reconsidered. (2003). Global Conference on Business and Economics, 2nd, London, 5-6 July 2003. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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