New Issues for Business in ASIA

Madhok, Raman
November 2005
Future Times;2005, Vol. 4, p8
The article offers a look at various business and economic issues in Asia. It provides an outlook for global economy in 2006. It provides an analysis of the Asian economy showing the factors that influence the economy. It explores the historical trends in Asian international trade. It also describes the scenarios and controversies facing the business sector in the region.


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