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Now it is the time of globalisation, when every product, service or business activity faces global market opportunities and global competitors as well. As most SMEs in the manufacturing industries have been depending on their own market segment or niches, global competition can not only threaten their existing base and competitive strength. They may find their potential market chances and business partners in unknown countries or territories. Nevertheless, it must be understood that their existence and competence were also strongly supported by regional or local business concentration and networking, which is based on deep social division of labour and specialisation, including typical subcontracting system controlled by a big manufacturer, as well as industrial districts where small manufacturing or trading firms come all together. Mostly SMEs cannot survive if they simply depend on own limited resources and specialised skill and technological capabilities alone .

P Industrial cluster policies and regional development in the age of globalisation -Eastern and Western approaches and their differences


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