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who was at one point part of French Indochina
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The modern states of Vietnam and Cambodia were part of French Indochina
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Describe the trends in industrialization in East Asia
Weegy: Since the end of World War II, the relative significance of manufacturing in the economies of Europe and the US has declined, and its importance in the economies of East Asia has risen. [ Japanese manufacturing, in particular, had a worldwide impact in a very short time, and other Asian economies have followed Japan's lead. The renewal of its industrial plants after World War II gave Japan the advantage of modern production facilities. Since the mid-1950s, Japanese industrial output has grown at an annual rate of at least 6 per cent, and the country is now a world leader in shipbuilding as well as one of the principal producers of electronic components and appliances, scientific equipment, motor vehicles, steel, chemicals, and synthetic fibres. Japan's manufactured goods are noted for their high quality, which is due to the use of advanced technology in the production process. Increasingly, Japanese-designed products are being made at different locations around the world. In the UK, the number of Japanese-owned factories rose from just one in 1972 to approximately 220 by 1991. Japanese car manufacturers have increased their production capacity in the UK and the US and have succeeded in their attempt to gain a greater market share while avoiding import limits and penalties. This strategy depends on building modern manufacturing plants and agreeing to use local raw materials and labour. Although 75 per cent of world production is concentrated in the US, western Europe, and Japan, other countries are emerging as manufacturing centres. Some are newly industrialized countries (NICs) that emphasise exports because of small internal markets. Others are actively industrializing, developing industrial capacity in response to the needs of a large and growing internal market. The leaders of the NICs are Taiwan, South Korea, Hong Kong, and Singapore, which manufacture and export textiles, clothing, and electronic consumer products such as computers, microwave ovens, ... (More)
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