Catalytic conversion

Merriden, Trevor
April 1998
Management Today;Apr98, p60
Trade Publication
Focuses on how Great Britain have benefited from Asian investment since the mid-1980s, while examining whether this investment will continue with regards to the Asian economic crisis. Percentage of Japanese investment in the European Union that is received by the Great Britain; Speculation as to why Asian companies choose to invest in Great Britain. INSETS: A merger strengthened by joint ventures and strategic alliances;Healthy investment looks set to come from Taiwan and China.


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