Asia's New High-Tech Competitors - Appendix: Detailed Data Tables
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Appendix: Detailed Data Tables

Table 1: Natural science and engineering bachelor's degrees as a share of total bachelor's degrees, in selected Asian countries and the United States: 1980 and 1990
Table 2: Research and development expenditures in Asian region: 1975-90
Table 3: Patent applications filed and patents granted: 1985-90
Table 4: U.S. patents granted: 1963-91
Table 5: Patent classes most emphasized by inventors from Japan patenting in the United States: 1980 and 1990
Table 6: Patent classes most emphasized by inventors from Hong Kong patenting in the United States: 1980 and 1990
Table 7: Patent classes most emphasized by inventors from Singapore patenting in the United States: 1980 and 1990
Table 8: Patent classes most emphasized by inventors from South Korea patenting in the United States: 1980 and 1990
Table 9: Patent classes most emphasized by inventors from Taiwan patenting in the United States: 1980 and 1990
Table 10: Patent classes most emphasized by inventors from China patenting in the United States: 1980 and 1990
Table 11: Patent classes most emphasized by inventors from India patenting in the United States: 1980 and 1990
Table 12: Number of U.S. patents granted to inventors from Asia, by field: 1980-90
Table 13: Technological performance indicators for U.S. patents granted to inventors from Asia: 1990
Table 14: Trade in advanced technology products between Asian countries and the United States: 1989-91
Table 15: Asian receipts and payments of royalties and license fees associated with affiliated and unaffiliated U.S. residents: 1987-91
Table 16: Asian receipts and payments of royalties and license fees generated from the exchange and use of industrial processes with unaffiliated U.S. residents: 1987-91
Table 17: Ownership of companies active in high-tech fields operating in the United States, by country of ownership: March 1992
Table 18: Foreign direct investment in the Asian region: 1980-90
Table 19: Total merchandise trade between Asian economies and the United States: 1989-91
Table 20: Real growth rates of Asian economies: 1960-92
Table 21: Real gross domestic product per capita: 1975-90
Table 22: Hourly compensation costs for production workers in manufacturing: 1975-90
Table 23: Indexes of hourly compensation costs for production workers in manufacturing: 1975-90
Table 24: Leading indicators of technological competitiveness

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