Family-Owned Businesses In Asia: Their Political-Economic Power
Abstract: Family Owned Business identify, understand and address the future of the Business in Asia from the local perspective to global perspective. wever, to ensure the safety of the consumers they have to regulate policies to compliments the business owner as well as the consumer. Government policies assure the both side are protected. The Roots of the business that we see at the Shopping Mall, Citi Centers, Gaisano, Groceries and sari-sari store originates or came from families having the same vision to provide employment and sustained the government improving the lives of the consumer. The government dole out knowledge and financial support to the Business Owner to make them more competitive. All of these are built in incentives for them.
 Wilson Lee Flores, The Philippine Star, July 21, 2008.
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