Asiaweek: an investor's guide to Asia's top 1000 blue-chip companies
Asiaweek an Investor's Guide to Asia's Top 1000 Blue - Chip Companies Within every lifetime there are a few, rare chances to make a killing in the stock markets. The time for Asia is Now! The old adage that in crisis there is opportunity has never been more applicable than in Asia's current markets. The great dragon economies of the last ten years have gone from boom to bust and bargain blue-chip stocks are there for the taking. A team of Asiaweek's top journalists has compiled this comprehensive survey of Asia's top 1000 companies. In this first investor's guide to Asia's post-crash markets you will find tips and advice on where to find the best blue-chip bargains and a wealth of vital information, including: Top 1000 companies ranked by sales Industry breakouts - the region's top performers by industry Country profiles - Asia's investment environment Performance tables - invaluable company rankings by profits, assets, growth, returns, etc. Top 1000 directory - contact details for company reports and further information
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Crisis and Opportunity
The Largest Profits
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