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|Title:||Public enterprise in the international petrochemical industry: The case of Singapore|
|Source:||Sikorski, D. (1997). Public enterprise in the international petrochemical industry: The case of Singapore. Energy Sources 19 (4) : 309-323. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||This article presents evidence from a case study of a particular state-owned, or public, enterprise in Singapore. The case History, together with the final analysis, attempts to ascertain any intrinsic advantages, disadvantages, or other differences in behavior and performance vis-à-vis private enterprise in the international petrochemicals business. The formation and progress of the Petrochemical Corporation of Singapore illustrate the competence of the singapore government team and the value of the promotional, supportive presence of the governement with regard to its enterprise. Organizational "culture" in public enterprise was enhanced by the role of the Singapore government.|
|Source Title:||Energy Sources|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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