The Asia America Is Ignoring

If the 21 CEOs who accompanied President Bush on his trip to Asia had visited Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia, they would have found the locals zipping around in Toyotas, snapping up Hitachi appliances, and driving Daihatsu trucks. Yet, although those markets are as open to U.S. goods as they are to Japanese, competing American products are few and far between.

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