FAB 50

Orr, Deborah; DeCarlo, Scott; Reifman, Shlomo
October 2006
Forbes Asia;10/2/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 16, p34
The article presents Forbes' second annual Fabulous 50, the best of Asia-Pacific's publicly traded companies. Every name on the list had to meet a gamut of statistical measurements; long-term profitability, sales and earnings growth, plus projected earnings and stock-price gains. With Asia's explosive growth it's no surprise that some of the Fab 50 are in the business of mining, milling and smelting the metals and minerals necessary for new factories, office towers and roads.


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