200 Best Under A Billion

Gage, Jack
September 2008
Forbes Asia;9/29/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 16, p33
The article reports that Asian markets' economies have been disrupted due to the U.S. unstable economic condition and politics. Major indexes in Honking, Japan, Korea, and Australia have decreased in 2007. Many firms in China are affected such as China's Lee & Paper Manufacturing, Hongkong's Focus Media and Li Ning, and China Hongxing Sports. A chart is also presented on the share performance of the companies.


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