Asia Risk marks 20th anniversary

Asia's capital markets have evolved over the last two decades - and so has Asia Risk


This year sees Asia Risk reach its twentieth anniversary – and a lot of things have changed since it was first published in 1995. In that year China's GDP stood at $728 billion according to the World Bank; two decades of supercharged growth saw this figure soar to over $10 trillion. In contrast Hong Kong's GDP has expanded from $150 to $280 billion over the same period – meaning the Special Administrative Region's economy has shrunk from just under 25% of the size of the Middle Kingdom's to less

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