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June 1, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Japanese Investors Still Positive: Japanese investors are reassessing Thailand since the recent political unrest but still regard it as Southeast Asia's brightest hope, analysts said. Mingsaarn Kaosaard of the Thai Development Research Institute said inadequate communications and rising land costs had made the Japanese think twice about investing in Thailand even before the army turned its guns on pro-democracy protesters in Bangkok.
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June 1, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Japanese Investors Still Positive: Japanese investors are reassessing Thailand since the recent political unrest but still regard it as Southeast Asia's brightest hope, analysts said. Mingsaarn Kaosaard of the Thai Development Research Institute said inadequate communications and rising land costs had made the Japanese think twice about investing in Thailand even before the army turned its guns on pro-democracy protesters in Bangkok.
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November 8, 1989 | DATAQUEST, DATAQUEST is a market-intelligence firm based in San Jose
The advent of high-definition television has refocused U.S. interest on the estimated $170-billion (in 1988) consumer electronics market that has been largely lost to the Japanese. Although other market opportunities are strategically important, the long-term implications for the mainstay of the U.S. electronics market--data processing--make U.S. participation in this market a strategic imperative.
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November 8, 1989 | DATAQUEST, DATAQUEST is a market-intelligence firm based in San Jose
The advent of high-definition television has refocused U.S. interest on the estimated $170-billion (in 1988) consumer electronics market that has been largely lost to the Japanese. Although other market opportunities are strategically important, the long-term implications for the mainstay of the U.S. electronics market--data processing--make U.S. participation in this market a strategic imperative.
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