TITLE

CAN U.S. COMPANIES COMPETE FOR BUSINESS IN THESE SIX SOUTHEAST ASIAN NATIONS?

AUTHOR(S)
Sullivan, Margaret
PUB. DATE
December 1986
SOURCE
FE: The Magazine for Financial Executives;Dec1986, Vol. 2 Issue 12, p16
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Points out that the prospects for United States business in six Southeast Asian countries appear good in view of their improving good attitudes toward investors. Brunei; Indonesia; Malaysia; Philippines; Singapore; Thailand; One of the most politically stable in the developing world; One of most dynamic and fastest growing areas in the world; United States and Japan as vital suppliers and customers.
ACCESSION #
15161462

 

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