Ferguson, Tim
May 2006
Forbes Asia;5/8/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 8, p5
The author reflects on issues concerning businesses in Asia. According to author, the capital flows within the private sector in China affects the country's relationship with the U.S. government. The author believes that the results of an executive pay analysis done by "Forbes Asia" may interest Asians.


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