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Their technology is driven by home country research labs, and their subsidiaries are production replicas of the parent with a remit to produce at high volume and low cost, with decisions made elsewhere. Into the 21st century, MNCs in this classic, hierarchical, ethnocentric mould face a risky future, at a time when flexibility and rapidity of response are so important. More than this, such strategies fail to exploit the capabilities particular to each region of the the world. This volume shows how two groups of MNCs - from Japan and Europe - are responding to these challenges in one highly dynamic but crisis-ridden region of the world - Southeast Asia.