This book is a timely examination of the impact of deepening regional economic integration and regionalism in East Asia on corporate strategy in the Japanese automotive sector. The book presents new knowledge by drawing on empirical research undertaken with corporate executives, public officials and academics. It offers a cogent analysis of the post-crisis transformation of the region and of Japan's pivotal role within this.3 Mitsubishi announced plans to reduce global staff numbers by 12, 000 in 1998. ... 8 a#39;Thailand exported under body and electrical parts, and Malaysia exported parts for fuel tanks, suspension systems, steering link assembly, convenient and accessory ... In turn, both the countries imported manual transmission from the Philippinesa#39; (SICCI, 2002:6). ... 4 The Grandis was launched in Japan in 2003.
|Title||:||The Responses to Regionalism in East Asia|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2008-07-15|