Asia Pacific Journal of Management

, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp 190–199 | Cite as

Service industries as growth leaders on the pacific rim

  • Dorothy I. Riddle
  • Martin H. Sours


Despite the present focus on manufacturing industries for development in the Pacific Rim, coordinated service industries development is more likely to provide the key for continued economic growth. Historical analysis, plus current economic data, show that there is an ongoing relationship between service sector activity and the high growth in the Pacific Basin.


Economic Growth High Growth Service Sector Service Industry Historical Analysis 
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  • Dorothy I. Riddle
  • Martin H. Sours

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