'With a comprehensive background analysis and plethora of data, the book is an essential reading for those studying the Asian economy. the unique contribution of the book is that it attempts to expand beyond the main countries affected by the crisis, and considers its impact on the other, (lesser-developed) countries, mainly Viet Nam and China (PRC) . . . this book is highly recommended for the students of the Asian economy. with its wealth of information and data as its main strength, it should be an important reference source on the Asian economic studies for the years to come.' - Jin W. Cyhn, the Journal of the Korean Economy the Asian crisis that started in July 1997 wrought untold damages on a large number of countries worldwide and brought intolerable hardships and poverty to millions of people in Asia, and to a lesser extent in Russia and Latin America as well as the European Union. After more than three years of widespread economic, social and financial turmoil, there were signs in mid 2000 that a slow but promising economic recovery was on the way in Asia. This book explores in-depth the major issues and important aspects of this economic recovery and its potential impact on growth, development, trade and investment. Expert contributors also discuss the global directions in international economic and financial relations, corporate and public governance and the challenges to be met and managed in the 21st century.Issues and Aspects of Development, Growth, Trade and Investment Van Hoa Tran. in April 1997 to 177 by ... Furthermore, the total debts of the top five chaebols increased to W234 trillion in 1998, up from W221 trillion in 1997. Nonetheless, theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Asia Recovery|
|Author||:||Van Hoa Tran|
|Publisher||:||Edward Elgar Publishing - 2001-01-01|