Asia Risk corporate rankings 2010

Leaders of recovery

david-carr

More than three years on from the first signs of impending systemic meltdown, global financial markets remain in a state of crisis. Indeed, recent spikes in asset volatility and valuations emanating from the European sovereign debt markets suggest that, for many, the worst may not yet have passed. However, after a protracted fight for survival, most Asian financial institutions and corporates now agree that, for them, the crisis has moved into a new phase over the past 12 months. Promising real

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