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Asian ascent

The Asian century is upon us.
The world economy is watching as the Asian ascent continues apace. How have the players of the world’s new financial centre adapted to disruption – and disrupted others? What are the opportunities born of the rise of the East – and how can they be maximized? Global executives must develop their skills and knowledge to trade and compete in the Asian world. What are the factors, trends and dynamics that form the framework for their success?

Also in this issue

Harvey Chen – Prowling with copycats

Anil K Gupta & Haiyan Wang – Opportunity on Planet Asia

Rachel Botsman – The trust paradox

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