Bombing Not Affecting Business In Asia

Chakraborty, Pradeep
October 2001
Wireless Week;10/22/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 43, p17
Trade Publication
Reports on the minimal effects of the anti-terrorism campaign in the Asian continent on technology businesses in the region. Impact of the war on terrorism on business travel to sensitive countries; Implications of the September 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States for the rate of economic recovery; Views of several Asian companies on the issue.


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