Overseas Chinese Business Networks in Asia
Australian Government Pub. Service, 1995 - Asia - 362 pages
Designed for Australian business people considering expanding into Asia, for academics and government, this is an account of overseas Chinese business in Asia. The study was commissioned by the Australian Government's Standing Committee of Deputy Secretaries on East Asia. Based on interviews, surveys and research in Australia and across Asia, the text explains how the overseas Chinese do business and operate networks to undertake business. Includes an index and bibliography.
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