What's Hot or Not in Asia

Miller, Claire Cain
February 2008
Forbes Asia;2/11/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p81
The article presents the views of venture capitalists on the businesses/industries in Asia that are profitable and those that are not. Ram Shriram of Sherpalo Ventures thinks that mobile phone applications is profitable in Asia. Asad Jamal of Eplanet Ventures believes that investment in Japan, Taiwan and Korea will slow because of a bearish market and a decrease in U.S. imports. Parag Saxena of Vedanta Capital thinks that energy companies are overhyped.


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