Asia's Top 1000 Brands: Maturing Asia looks for its 'future roots'

Tan, Emily
June 2014
Campaign Asia-Pacific;Jun2014, p78
Growing sophistication sees consumers graduating to localised and home-grown brands that mirror their values.


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