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ASEAN in the next 50 years: How the region can remake its future in manufacturing

ASEAN currently produces just over one tenth of global electronics

ASEAN currently produces just over one tenth of global electronics Image: REUTERS/Kham

Shirley Santoso
Partner, Kearney
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