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This is an analysis of the recent rapid development of capital markets in the Asia-Pacific region. Robert Lloyd George looks at the history, culture and religious beliefs of the people of each country, and he explains how they have reacted to contact with the West during the past century. He examines the current economic situation of each country in the region and forecasts their growth during the next ten years. Initially, the book gives an overview of Asian economic and political history. This is followed by an analysis of risks and rewards in individual countries, and a discussion of emerging capital markets in Asia. The book ends with a forecast of the economic scenario to the year 2000. Robert Lloyd George has spent the past 10 years in Hong Kong. From 1984 to 1991 he was Managing Director of an investment services company, and in 1992 he launched his own independent investment management company, which advises investors on developing Asian markets.
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