International Business Risk is an attempt to help investors and students of contemporary Asian affairs navigate the risk environments of Asia. Using highly relevant information and analytical techniques, the 2002 volume analyses the political, economic, regulatory, and security environments of 12 Asian countries. Each country is assessed for its political and economic trends, investment risks, and opportunities in a way that is clear, concise and easily accessible. The handbook conveys forecast information through a series of charts, graphs, and boxed summaries of data, making it a handy reference guide for all readers.
• Authors are a mix of experts in international relations, international trade, security and economics • All chapters follow the same tight format, allowing comparisons across countries • The book is lavishly illustrated with graphs, charts and tables • Boxed summaries highlight important data and trends
1. Toward 2004: Asia Pacific outlook and prospects D. S. L. Jarvis; 2. Australia Marcus Chadwick; 3. China Marcus Chadwick and Tianbiao Zhu; 4. India Jane M. Ford; 5. Indonesia Colin Brown; 6. Japan S. Javed Maswood; 7. Malaysia William Case; 8. The Philippines Jane M. Ford; 9. Singapore Malcolm Cook; 10. South Korea Terry F. O'Callaghan; 11. Taiwan Terry F. O'Callaghan; 12. Thailand D. S. L. Jarvis; 13. Vietnam D. S. L. Jarvis.