It is well known that foreign investments by the industrialized world are driven by the private sector leveraging its technological, management and marketing skills, and that those by developing countries arise because of geographic proximity, social and economic homogeneity, and cultural familiarity. In the case of Singapore, a uniques characteristics is the direct participation by government-related corporations and their affiliates, and persuasion by statutory bodies such as the Economic Development Board and Trade Development Board for the corporate sector
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Strategy and Organisation
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Asian Academy of Management
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Singapore Investments in China: Implications from Projects During Early 1980s & Early 1990s. (1999). Asian Academy of Management Journal. 4, (1), 55-75. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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