In recent years, financial and political instabilities have cooled economic growth in many regions. Even in this context, however, areas of strong growth remain; none, arguably, more prominent than ever-developing and increasingly affluent China, which is today a vastly different environment than even several years ago. More than ever, a wealth of opportunity subsists in this ancient land – and businesses must be able to adapt and seize these opportunities. Thus we turn towards Singapore private enterprise in China, to study once more the efficacy of the city-state's internationalization strategies in the context of the private enterprises which must eventually sustain such efforts, and examine if they are indeed prepared to rise with the dragon.
Asian Studies | International Business
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Research Journal of Economics and Business Studies
Yeoh, Mun See, Caroline and HOW, Wilfred Pow Ngee.
Refocusing the Lens: Singapore's Private Enterprises in China. (2014). Research Journal of Economics and Business Studies. 3, (3), 11-17. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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