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Ownership advantages/disadvantages of Singapore transnational construction corporations Journal article
Construction Management and Economics, 2003,Issue: 21,Page: 81-94
Authors:  Javier C. Cuervo;  Low Sui Pheng
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Ownership Advantages And disAdvantages  Singapore Transnational Construction Corporation  International Construction  
Global performance measures for transnational construction corporations Journal article
Construction Management and Economics, 2004,Issue: 22,Page: 851–860
Authors:  Javier C. Cuervo;  Low Sui Pheng
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Transnational Construction Corporations  Global Spread  Global Intensity  Global Performance  
Significance of internalization factors for Singapore transnational construction corporations Journal article
Construction Management and Economics, 2004,Issue: 23,Page: 147–162
Authors:  Javier C. Cuervo;  Low Sui Pheng
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Internalization Factors  International Construction  Singapore Transnational Construction Corporations  
Entry and business strategies used by international architectural, engineering and construction firms in China Journal article
Construction Management and Economics, 2005,Issue: 23,Page: 509–520
Authors:  Florence Yean Yng Ling;  C. William Ibbs;  Javier C. Cuervo
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China  Strategies  Foreign Firms  International Construction  Market Entry Mode