Impact of the Asian economic crises on U.S. joint ventures

Chan, Peng S.; Timsawat, Pamela
January 2000
American Business Review;Jan2000, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p22
Academic Journal
Examines the impact of the Asian economic crises on United States (US) joint ventures operating in Asia. Strategies of US companies in entering the Asian markets via joint ventures; Reasons of US firms in entering Asian markets via joint ventures; Strategies for ventures to survive and succeed in the crisis environment.


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