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Here, the CEECs compare favourably to the newly industrialized countries of Asia, however, not with the second tier of countries.
Articles focusing on industrial countries were found to be significantly more people-centered, whereas articles focusing on newly industrialized countries were significantly more data-centered ([??.sup.2] = 4.87 and 6.82 respectively, p [is less than] .05).
One danger to avoid would be the temptation to dilute coverage of developing countries as we try to find places in our courses for Japan, Germany, or the newly industrialized countries. The political experience in those parts of the world that remain less developed is poorly understood by our introductory students.
Chao, P., "Export and reverse investment: strategic implications for newly industrialized Countries", Journal of International Business Studies, Vol.
As other newly industrialized countries like Brazil, India, and several others in South East Asia have benefitted tremendously from the Japanese experience in transferring science and technology, Saudi Arabia has the potential and should do the same.
Multi-national companies also helped in the process by shifting the production of these goods to the newly industrialized countries. This was achieved by a transfer of large amounts of investment during the 1970s and the early 1980s made possible by low labour costs.
These newly industrialized countries managed to overcome the shared handicap of colonialism and an authoritarian history, while the Philippines continues to languish under the negative residues of these influences.
dollar appreciated 2 percent on a trade-weighted quarterly average basis against the currencies of 10 industrial countries and 3 percent against the currencies of 22 OECD countries Plus 4 newly industrialized countries in Asia (table B, chart 1).
home prices; decreased global military spending; more and better exports from newly industrialized countries such as Thailand and Mexico; and raging protectionism around the world.
Bureau of the Census definition; the European Community (EC) includes Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, Ireland, Spain, Portugal, Greece, and Luxembourg; and the Asian Newly Industrialized Countries (NIC'S) include Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan.