At The Crossroads

Adamopoulos, William
February 2011
Forbes Asia;Feb2011, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p6
The article presents information about the journal "Forbes Asia." It has been stated that success stories chronicled by the journal in 2010 informs about business leaders and entrepreneurs who grabbed opportunities paved by stress and disruption of the recent economic recession. It has been stated that the journal has entered into a new partnership with PT Wahana Mediatama to launch FORBES INDONESIA, which has made FORBES combined circulation of some 375,000 readers in the region online.


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