Fisher, Ken
July 2009
Forbes Asia;7/13/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 12, p49
The article presents a retrospect of the author's writings regarding market trends. He examines several companies and their economic activities as well as values. It includes Yanzhou Coal Mining Co. Ltd., a Chinese coal company which has the potential for its stock value. Another is Suntech Power Holdings Co. Ltd., the largest maker of solar cells using silicon wafers. Also, is Votorantim Pulp & Paper Inc., a leader in paper made from eucalyptus pulp with big exports to emerging markets.


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