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The Indian Automotive Industry and the ASEAN Supply Chain Relations

Tristan Leo Dallo AGUSTIN; Martin SCHRODER;
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  • Published: 01 Mar 2015
The topic of automotive supply chains has been increasingly studied as it raises questions of economic development, especially from the perspectives of simultaneous globalisation and regionalisation, and trade. While ASEAN is a prime example of intraregional production networks, supply chains that connect ASEAN and India have not been studied indepth. Therefore, this paper investigates the Indian automotive industry, which is composed of automobile original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and parts and components producers, and other supply chain connections to the neighbouring ASEAN region. This study is structured as follows. First, we will take a look at the h...
free text keywords: Automotive industry, supply chain organization, production networks, jel:L62
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