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標題: 全球金融海嘯後東南亞製造業生產網絡之轉變與升級
The Transformation of Production Networks of Manufacturing in Southeast Asia after 2008 Global Financial Crisis
作者: 郭永興
Yung-Hsing Guo
關鍵字: 2008金融危機;生產網絡;越南;泰國;柬埔寨;2008 Global Financial Crisis;Production Networks;Vietnam;Thailand;Cambodia
Project: 全球政治評論, Issue 62, Page(s) 105-126

The Industry and Government has been working very hard to implement several new initiatives in order to revitalize Taiwan's economy. One of these initiatives is the New Southbound Policy (NSP), targeting Southeast and Australia and New Zealand as potential strategic partners for regional social and economic cooperation. For further understanding of South Asian countries, this paper explores the transformation of production networks of manufacturing in Southeast Asia, especially in Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia, after 2008 Global Financial Crisis. With the background of the increasing of production cost in China, more and more multinational companies have moved their factories from China to Vietnam. However, Thailand is suffering the same problem of high labor cost. For solving this problem, Thailand's government is building new industrial districts where are near the border and can recruit low-cost workers from neighbors. Cambodia's manufacturing is growing gradually. Because this country is a beneficiary of the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) schemes operated by developed countries. Under these schemes, import tariffs on many products from the beneficiaries are exempted or reduced.
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