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Technological catching-up of Korea and Taiwan in the global semiconductor industry A study of modes of technology sourcing

  title={Technological catching-up of Korea and Taiwan in the global semiconductor industry A study of modes of technology sourcing},
  author={Jaeyong Song},
Song, Jaeyong.December, 2000.Technological catching-up of Korea and Taiwan in the global semiconductor industry,Reports,[New York, U.S.]Columbia University,Discussion paper series/no. 15,22 

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