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Dependency and the Newly Industrialising Countries (NICs): Towards a Reappraisal

  • Manfred Bienefeld

Abstract

Dependency is a label which encompasses such a diversity of arguments that any discussion of it must take care to distinguish between different usages if it is not to add further confusion to an already obscure debate.

Keywords

Direct Foreign Investment International Context Import Substitution Capitalist Development Export Promotion 
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