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  • June, 2007

    June, 2007

    Cover Story30The new emerging Asia: KazakhstanThereÆs oil, a need for development projects and a glut of banks ripe for takeovers or searching for strategic partnershipsFeatures28Carlyle invests in HDFCThe major private equity firm takes a stake in an Indian bank40Trading on their carbon ...

  • May, 2007

    May, 2007

    Cover story30Islamic finance: a fad or the future?Islamic finance is one of the fastest growing business sectors and is taking off in places like LondonFeatures28Maxis plans to delistMalaysiaÆs largest buyout deal sees the principal shareholders of Maxis aiming to privatise the company at a ...

  • April, 2007

    April, 2007

    Cover storyWell suitedInvestment banks and hedge funds have finally joined forces. Why æsyndicated investingÆ is the new big thing for hedge funds and investments banks in Asia; why private equity players should worry; and why this new source of capital could help Asia to grow even faster.Other ...

  • March, 2007

    March, 2007

    What's in FinanceAsia Magazine this month?Our cover story looks at the implications for global liquidity if the carry trade unwinds.To read these great stories and more subscribe today by contacting Stephen Tang in Hong Kong on 852 2122 5239.The new issue of the magazine is out. Global liquidity ...

  • February, 2007

    February, 2007

    What's in FinanceAsia Magazine this month?Our cover story considers the impact of the global equity blitz on Australia where in the past year eight multi-million dollar deals were struck making it by far the biggest buyout market in Asia. To read these great stories and more subscribe today by ...

  • January, 2007

    January, 2007

    Our cover story this month profiles two of IndiaÆs new generation of entrepreneurs, both of whom are focused on the infrastructure sector.MEET INDIAÆS INFRASTRUCTURE BARONSTwo entrepreneurial tycoons û one of whom started out with about $7,000 and a truck û have emerged in India. And their ...

  • November, 2006

    November, 2006

    What's in FinanceAsia Magazine this month?Our cover story focuses on South Koreans which have complained bitterly about the pots of money made by foreign private equity firms following the financial crisis, but have kept quiet about the even bigger profits made by the Korean banks.To read these ...

  • October, 2006

    October, 2006

    What's in FinanceAsia Magazine this month?Our cover story looks at Mary Ma, CFO of China computer giant Lenovo, and how she has set about integrating the $1.75 billion acquisition of IBMÆs personal computer business completed in May 2005.To read these great stories and more subscribe today by ...

  • September 2006

    September 2006

    What's in FinanceAsia Magazine this month?Our cover story is our annual ranking of AsiaÆs richest families which is based on the dividends they receive from their listed companies in 2005. To read these great stories and more subscribe today by contacting Naveet Singh in Hong Kong on 852 2122 ...

  • August 2006

    August 2006

    What's in FinanceAsia Magazine this month?Our cover story looks at Agricultural Bank of China, easily the weakest of the æbig fourÆ banks, and assesses its prospects for reform.To read these great stories and more subscribe today by contacting Naveet Singh in Hong Kong on 852 2122 5224.The new ...

  • July, 2006

    July, 2006

    What's in FinanceAsia Magazine this month?Our cover story looks at the threat of looming inflation stemming from high oil prices which is in turn feeding through into higher plastic prices and supply shortages.To read these great stories and more subscribe today by contacting Naveet Singh in ...

  • June, 2006

    June, 2006

    What's in FinanceAsia Magazine this month?Our cover story looks at the price Asia is paying for rapid economic growth in terms of the declining quality of the environment and what can be done about it. To read these great stories and more subscribe today by contacting Naveet Singh in Hong Kong ...

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