Many years on, with the main thrust of Singapore's internationalization efforts now pointed elsewhere, the current state of Singapore's state-enterprise network in previous main regions of interest, most notably ever-developing China, remains an area of interest for the purpose of evaluating the city-state's determined efforts to encapsulate economic space for its businesses on foreign soil – perhaps with lessons of relevance to the city-state's latest areas of focus, and certainly of relevance to efforts in the long-term. As a study related to our papers on this topic, we revisit the sprawling sub-continent and the operations of Singapore businesses located therein. Our results show that while the strategic advantages created in China now seem definite and relevant, endemic issues yet remain, and resources appear, for the moment, to not quite be in enough supply.
Internationalization, Singapore’s Non-Government-Linked Companies, China
Strategy and Organisation
International Journal of Business and Social Science
YEOH, Caroline; HOW, Wilfred Pow Ngee; and LASGON, Febbry.
Revisiting the Dragon: The State of Singapore’s Regionalization into China. (2012). International Journal of Business and Social Science. 3, (4), 176-182. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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