People Make Economies Grow. "The People Link" Focuses On The
Characteristics of people, and their respective organizations, that
contribute to integration and growth among the economies of the
Asia-Pacific region. Particular attention is paid to three people
links that have spanned the Pacific: the ethnic Chinese networks;
the contributions made to Canada by Asian immigrants; and the role
of Asian immigrants, as 'trade intermediaries' in promoting trade
between North America and Asia. All western managers must be
familiar with the role of people organizations, especially the
values and practices in family-owned businesses. To identify future
business partners, Canadian firms must understand the strategies of
people and organizations from other cultures and figure out how to
work with them.
The purpose of the Hongkong Bank of Canada Papers on Asia series
is to provide practical information, in the form of timely and
readable works, to Canadian business and government decision makers
that will help increase knowledge and familiarity with the distant
markets of East Asia. This interdisciplinary series establishes
benchmarks against which Canada's future can be measured
Volume I, Benchmarking the Canadian Business Presence in East
Asia, explained Canada's relatively modest business presence in the
region and outlined the high costs of entering into these dynamic
markets. Volume II, East Asian Capitalism: Diversity and Dynamism,
examined these systems as one aspect of reducing such entry
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